Here’s What You Should Do About Your Facebook Since Your Data Was Released
Finally! A way to delete all of your data from Facebook.
In wake of the Facebook leak of data where millions of user's personal information is leaked by accident, the company has now designed a new, easier way to delete data.
Lets be honest--not a lot of us know where the heck all of our personal info is shared. Where does it even go? By clicking the 'terms' all the time you're giving up stuff that you may not know. Even if it's not important info like your passport or something, it's still scary.
Most of the security page updates have been in the works for some time, Facebook Chief Privacy Officer Erin Egan and Deputy General Counsel Ashlie Beringer wrote in a statement Wednesday, “but the events of the past several days underscore their importance.” The new system will allow users to access settings from a single place instead of having to go to some 20 different screens", according to TIME.
Any previous info you won't be able to delete because usually 3rd party sites that have already stored the data, Facebook cannot delete--it's out of their hands.