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Réponse d'origine: How do I delete yourself from Facebook permanently?
If you want to give up on the world’s most popular social media network “Facebook,” then it is not a lot complicated to delete yourself from its service. Before deleting yourself from Facebook and before deleting all of the Facebook data such as posts, likes, and pictures, it is instrumental to download your personal information from Facebook first. Ever paid attention to your Facebook archive? It contains almost all of the important information related to your account including the photos, active sessions, IP addresses, facial recognition data, chat history, the ads clicked by you, etc.Facebook stores hordes of personal information about its users.
How to download your Facebook archive?
- Head over to “Settings.”
- Now, press the option for downloading a copy of Facebook data.
- Click on “Start My Archive.”
- Delete your Account.
Once you are finished with downloading your archive, you can now move forward with deleting your account. Always remember, once your account has been deleted, it cannot be recovered. Deleting your Facebook account is a grave decision. Be firm about your decision. Whether you accept it or not, social media is deeply ingrained in the society. Hence, deleting your account can affect your job prospects, friendships, and social opportunities. Keep in mind that there are always ways to secure your Facebook privacy settings if you are having a problem with privacy. You may also miss out some of those ‘dank memes’ by deleting Facebook. Click on the opt link and choose the ‘Delete my account’ option.
How to deactivate Facebook account?
If you want to deactivate your account, follow these basic steps:
- Hit the account menu down arrow at the top right of any Facebook page in your browser.
- Select ‘Settings’
- Choose ‘General” in the leftmost column.
- Click on ‘Deactivate your account’ and follow further steps for confirming your decision.
If you want to reactivate your account, simply log into Facebook with your password and email and access Facebook freely again.
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There are two different ways to get your Facebook account offline. The first is désactiver, ce qui signifie:
- You can reactivate your account whenever you want
- People can’t see your Facebook Timeline, or search for you
- Some information may remain visible (like messages you’ve sent)
- Facebook saves your account info (like friends and interests) in case you reactivate
Mais suppression your account is a much more serious matter. If you delete your account:
- Facebook delays deletion for a few days after the request is made. If you log in during the grace period, the deletion is cancelled
- You can’t regain access to your Facebook account once it’s deleted
- It can take up to 90 days for your data that’s stored in backup systems to be deleted. However, your info isn’t accessible on Facebook during this time
- Some things aren’t stored in your account, like messages that you’ve sent to friends – these will remain active
- Copies of some material (like log records) may remain in Facebook’s database, but are “disassociated from personal identifiers,” according to the company
Basically, deactivating is a way to cool off from Facebook for a while, while deleting is a permanent solution that you should think carefully about before choosing.
How to delete Facebook account
Deleting your Facebook account is a serious decision, so make sure it’s something you really want to do. Whether you like it or not, social media is ingrained in society, and your Facebook profile can affect friendships, job prospects, and social opportunities. Remember that there are also ways to secure your Facebook Privacy Settings, if that’s your particular concern.
Plus, you may miss out on some ‘dank memes’ by deleting Facebook, and however grating it is in places, it’s also useful for plenty of things, such as keeping up with friends from abroad and organizing events.
If you’re set on binning the social network off for good, click the following link and choose the ‘Delete my account’ option:
Before deleting your account, it may be worth downloading your Facebook data. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Click the account menu down arrow at the top right of any Facebook page in your web browser
2. Click ‘Download a copy of your Facebook data’ at the bottom of your General Account Settings
3. Choose ‘Start My Archive’
The file that begins downloading will contain your Facebook profile information, so be very careful about where you keep it.
Follow this and you can say goodbye to FB forever.
Hope I answered Your Query
Bob Anderson, Défenseur de la vie privée depuis plus de 30
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Réponse d'origine: Can I completely delete my Facebook?
It depends on what you mean by “completely”.
If you mean, can you cause Facebook to remove the fact that members (including you) can see you, then the answer is yes. Once you ‘delete’ your account, as far as the general public can tell, you’re gone.
But in reality your account is simply flagged as deleted, nothing is actually erased. And that means the data is still available to those authorized to look at it.
There are three reasons for this… The first is technical, the second is driven by business considerations, and the third results from legal imperatives. I'll touch each briefly, but the important thing to understand is the net effect... stuff simply doesn't go away.
- From a technical viewpoint, most sites run on clusters of machines, some of which serve up web pages and some of which hold data. In order to give a site global reach and rapid response time, multiple copies of the data are often made, and often to different regions. Additionally, in order to restore a failed server or cluster, many hot and cold backups are made... so many that it becomes impractical to search it all to delete stuff. It's vastly easier to just mark the account as inactive.
- There are business reasons as well. Although you have closed your account, data about you is still valuable to advertisers or others. Plus, they can hope to lure you back, and if you do decide to return they can offer to restore you to where you left off. Gentil, hein?
- Les exigences légales peuvent également jouer un rôle important. De nombreux sites et services sont soumis à des réglementations qui exigent une sorte de conservation des données, ainsi que la possibilité de fournir des informations lorsque la loi l’y oblige.
Again, the important thing to understand is that behind the scenes stuff simply doesn't go away. Not ever.
Neil Dodhia, Marketing, Startups & Technology. Founder - FireflyDaily.com
Répondu il y a 59w
Réponse d'origine: How can I delete my account from Facebook?
Firstly - Deactivating and Deleting Facebook account is two different thing.
If you deactivate your account, you can later activate it. Whereas once you delete an account you can never recover it back.
If you wish to deactivate your account follow the below steps:
- Go to account settings
- Click on manage account
3. Click on deactivate your account and follow simple steps.
If you wish to completely delete the account, than cliquez ici and follow the simple steps.
To know more about deleting & deactivating account check ce lien.
David Breaux, Deleted my account a year ago and haven't looked back.
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At this point, I’m pretty sure the only way to actually delete your facebook account is to get yourself banned completely.
I “deleted” my facebook account during the 2016 election. But Facebook doesn’t like people leaving the site, so they do things to make you come back.
Did you know that you can reactivate a “deleted” account just by logging into it. Yeah, I found that out when a hacker got into my account and started trying to post as me. A friend sent me a text that my account was posting some weird shit. So I went to Facebook, reset my password, logged in, then deleted my account again.
Fast forward a few months and I started getting email notifications from Facebook again. I had people sending me friend requests, I had notifications that people were liking my old posts… WTF. So I contacted facebook support and they told me that I had logged in to my account and re-activated it. There wasn’t any activity on the account, so I don’t think it was hacked again. I changed my password again and deleted my account again. I also sent an email to support asking to permanently delete my account and all the posts contained in it. I got no response.
So now it’s about a year later and guess what just started showing up in my email again. Yup, Facebook notifications.
I swear, I’ve removed some of the toughest viruses from computers, I’ve recovered data that both DELL and Microsoft techs told me was gone forever. Trying to get rid of my Facebook account has been more challenging than either of those.
Ameer Abbas Raza, Digital Content Specialist (2014-present)
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Hi Kelly , great question and I am more than happy to answer it for you.
Ce que vous devez faire est:
- log in to facebook
- click the Setting down arrove icon on the top right menu bar
- Sélectionnez Paramètres
- In general account settings you will see Manage Account, click Edit in front of it
- Scroll down and you will see Deactivate my Account, click the link
- The next step will ask you for your password, enter it
- The next screen will be basically a page to give you reasons to stay so without even reading it scroll down
- Fill the feedback section and complete deactivating your account
- Before we head on to deleting your Facebook account, downlaod a copy of all your data
- Enfin, allez à this Facebook Account Deletion Link and end the deletion process
Good luck … have the stregth in your heart to press delete.