AARP, the nation’s largest health insurance company, is using a social media platform to help people wipe their name from the internet.
In a post on its official AARP website, the company wrote that it had been using Twitter and Facebook for years, but had been unable to wipe their names from the web.
The AARP’s Facebook page has now been deleted, but the AARP Twitter account has been left online.
The AARP deleted its Instagram account, but has not yet deleted the AEP account, which was also linked to the Instagram page.
The post also said that people who had been tagged with a “friend’s AARP” or “AARP-Friend” on Facebook could use the AIProp tag to identify their friends and colleagues.
The social media site was created by former AARP CEO Larry Levitt and used to organize and track the group’s social media activity.
It is also used to share the group information, such as which members have a doctor, a child, or other disability.
The company said it has been using the AHPower tag to provide this service.
The removal of the social media accounts and the removal of AARP logos from the website were the first steps toward removing the ANPower tag from AARP.
The group has not taken credit for the AUPower tag, which is also linked on the group website.
The deletion of the AFPower tag has not been linked to a specific individual, and has not triggered a ban or removal of any of the group members.
The new tag is designed to encourage people to share and share alike.
“As we go forward, it is important to continue to use our power to spread the word of AAPower, so that the power of the internet can be shared,” AARP President and CEO Mary Beth Miller said in a statement.
“The AIPower tag is an important tool to support our members, and we thank all of our members for using it.
We thank all our members and partners for the support they have shown through this great effort.”