So a number of years ago, I created a Twitter account which I forgot the password and email to. More than 3 years ago, almost 4. I did not post anything, almost nothing. Just liked a couple of posts. Used it for an hour and never got to it again. All I posted was in my bio, and my location at the time.
Since then, my info has changed. But the problem is, when you Google my name, that account is the first to show up. This has caused me some social issues and a mishap at work. It is awkward that I have to explain I moved (because of the nature of my work which requires moving.)
What legal options do I have; do I have the right to let Twitter simply hide the location and occupation which I wrote in the bio?
I tried requesting a deactivation, but they said that both a government issued-ID was necessary, and the email. I am willing to risk my privacy by giving them a copy of my drivers' license, but I really cannot remember the email because it's been almost 4 years ago.
The account is from really long ago and I only used it for less than 1 hour in my life. No posts, no tweets, only 3 likes on 3 tweets; and never logged in again. Please let me know what legal options I have, and if I should ask the question in another Stack Exchange.