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If you're not deleting Facebook, here's how to limit the data you send to them

There is no way to protect all of your data online, but following these guidelines is a good place to start. With the recent Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal, it's hard not to look closer at online platform information collection. Using private browser tabs is a good solution, but certain websites still collect data without any user agreement. Deleting or deactivating your account is one of the best ways to avoid data collection through Facebook.

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demonicale303d ago

Why do people still use Facebook!?.

Nightmar3Demom303d ago

I'm wondering the same thing

ravinash303d ago

I live in the UK, but my family and friends from years back are all in New Zealand.
So it's just a way of staying in touch.
I don't put information on there I wouldn't want out on the internet.

1nsomniac302d ago

“(Facebook) Messenger appears to have more spyware type code in it than I've seen in products intended specifically for enterprise surveillance," tweeted Jonathan Zdziarski, a noted author and expert in iOS related digital forensics and security on Tuesday.