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Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg took out full-page ads in nine major British and US newspapers on Sunday to apologize for a huge data privacy scandal. 

"We have a responsibility to protect your information. If we can't we don't deserve it," he said.

Zuckerberg explained there was a quiz developed by a university researcher "that leaked Facebook data of millions of people in 2014". 

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A Twitter movement is known as #DeleteFacebook is inspired by the stream of horrible things which Facebook has been involved with, including the proliferation of hate speech, harassment, and propaganda designed to undermine confidence in democratic institutions. 

The final spark was the news that the British governmental data company Cambridge Analytica had obtained Facebook information on 50 million Americans. If we act together as citizens to champion these modifications, we've got a possibility To curb the issues that Facebook has amplified. 

If we act as disconnected, indignant moral agents, we surrender the only power we've! the power to think and act collectively. We could even use Facebook to mount campaigns to rein in Facebook. It is a, after all, a strong tool for motivation, even when it is a horrible tool for deliberation. 

So go ahead and stop Facebook if it can make you feel calmer or more productive. Please understand, however, that you may be offloading problems onto people who can have less opportunity to defend privacy and dignity and there are more susceptible to threats to democracy. 

In case the individuals Who care the most about intimacy, responsibility and civil discourse evacuate Facebook in disgust, the whole platform becomes less informed and diverse. Deactivation is the opposite of activism.

How to Find Out Everything Facebook Knows About You

Find Out Everything Facebook Knows About You
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If you cannot Bring to delete your Facebook account completely, you are likely thinking about sharing much less personal info on the website. The business actually makes it fairly simple to find out how much information it's gathered from you, but the results could be somewhat scary. 

To get your very own data ditch, then head to the Facebook Settings and then click on Download a copy of your data, in the bottom of the page. Facebook needs a bit of time to compile all of that info, however, it ought to be ready in about ten moments based on my own experience. You will get a notification sending you to a page where you could download the information, after re-entering your account password, of course.

The document downloads on your computer as a ZIP. Once you extract it, then open the folder and then click the index.html, to see the information on your browser. Make sure to check the Contact Info tab for a list of everybody you have ever known and their telephone number.

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