It’s pretty much a given at this point that Facebook has a lot of data on us. While you might be conscious of the data you share with Facebook when you post, upload photos, or chat with friends on Messenger, you might not be thinking about all the data it receives from websites and apps you use outside the social media giant. Now, you can actually do something about it.

Thanks to the Cambridge Analytical scandal, where a third-party company was able to obtain tens of millions of unsuspecting Facebook users’ information, alongside countless other security-related PR disasters, Facebook has… more


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