I propose the following data to be a new case:
||The service would suspend your account after your inactivity for a certain or uncertain time
||If the account is inactive for a certain or uncertain time, the service would suspend the account.
||Topic Ownership (ToS;DR Phoenix)
I would classify this as neutral, as this is basically the opposite of “your data survives even if you delete your account”.
I agree. This case is definetly worth adding
It is hard to determine if it is good or bad. While the user’s Right to be Forgotten should be respected, the rule is often against the right to keep contents, either private and public services.
It’s worth knowing your account may be terminated without your explicit demand even if you don’t use it anymore, so I agree with the creation of the case too.
Perhaps it should be neutral as @erkinalp said, since it would be bad if data shared long ago could still be processed for an account without recent logins.
Why would this case be in the Ownership Topic ? In Right to leave the Service, it makes more sense to me.
Should be definitely neutral, I’ll add it to Right to leave the service as @Agnes_de_Lion suggested
Added case-499 and rephrased the title a little bit