giant got caught up in the data privacy scandal linked with data analytics firm Cambridge analytical (CA). Since the scandal came to
light, users have been looking for ways to remove their data from the social
media website prompting the #DeleteFacebook online campaign.
access to call history details of McKay’s conversations with his partner’s
mother. Add to that, Facebook seems to have historical records of all contacts
(even those deleted), metadata of text messages, and metadata of cellular call
2016 and July 2017 when the data breach seems to have occurred.
page and select Settings.
option. Clicking that will prompt you to re-enter your Facebook password. An
email containing a ZIP file will then be sent to your registered email address.
your Facebook profile. In my case, it was a massive size of 1.6GB
has a page titled ‘ads.html’. Here, you can find the list of “Advertisers
with your contact info” buried at the end of the HTML page.
third-party apps that you have installed on or linked with your Facebook
account. It has IP addresses you’ve logged in from, email addresses, contact
numbers of all friends you have added and pages you have liked; even all your
phonebook contacts from Android smartphones you have used to log in to the
places you have checked into, videos you have uploaded/ been tagged in,
and also every like and poke you’ve made.