If you look at the bigger picture, there is only a finite amount of audio in existence, we intend to store it all.
If you create a new account (PM to tell you how to do so), then it will do as you request, the old account will automatically self remove after 6 months of not being used.
I just realized this is...tricky...behavior for a backup resource. If you don't back up your collection at least once every 6 months, your backup goes away.
you are warned by email 1 month before that the account is unused, simply running the client for 5 seconds will give you another 6 months.
We do not leave your files on the server, if your account is removed your files are removed.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't AudioSAFE supposed to have a background client that runs basically all the time, so for your unused account to be deleted, you'd have to basically not run your computer for 6 contiguous months?
However, I have the feeling that something like AudioSAFE (while I haven't tried it to confirm it) probably consumes an entirely negligible amount of resources to the point where you probably couldn't even care on my 6 year old laptop.