Last week we ask you to send in your Ask Lifehacker questions for a chance to win a 50-Inch TCL 4K UHD Smart TV. We received an overwhelming number of responses, but there can be only one winner. Drumroll, please. Here's the lucky winner taking home the grand prize.
As the proud TV partner of the Melbourne Cup for the eleventh year running, TCL offered one Lifehacker reader the chance to win a TCL U50E5800FS 4K UHD Smart TV valued at $1000 simply by submitting an Ask Lifehacker question.
We have picked our winner. Congratulations to jenlyl, who wins the prize with the following question:
Hi Lifehacker, I participated in many online forums in the past, and in recent years, Instagramming, Twittering, Facebooking, Google Plus-sing, Youtubing, Pinning, yadda yadda yadda. You get the picture, right? Having recently become a respectable teacher, I'm becoming more aware of my digital footprints, and how anyone in the world can search for it and track my online activities. I feel really vulnerable right now. I'd love to know how, if possible, I can control and remove traces of my digital footprints from the Internet, such as Google search primarily. I've decided to go cold turkey on social media at least, but I'd really love to remove my digital past from the web. Is my wish even remotely possible? Lifehacker, please help! Thank you.
Hi jenlyl. We will be contacting you shortly for your delivery details and will be answering your question as part of Ask Lifehacker in the coming weeks.
Thank you to everybody who participated in the competition!