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  1. Wayne Stollings

    Wayne Stollings Well-Known Member

    I do not use this, but some may.

    [​IMG]Mat Johnson‏Verified account @mat_johnson

    Mat Johnson Retweeted Mat Johnson

    Download your Facebook account .zip off their site, unzip it, then go to the HTML folder, open the contact_info.htm file. See records of who you've talked to on your cell—not with the app, just on your regular cellphone—and for how long.

    Mat Johnson added,

    Mat JohnsonVerified account @mat_johnson
    Oh wow my deleted Facebook Zip file contains info on every single phone cellphone call and text I made for about a year- cool totally not creepy.
    4:25 PM - 23 Mar 2018
  2. BobF

    BobF Well-Known Member

    I've never trusted Facebook and it will be a cold day in Hell before I would ever create a Facebook account...

    ...or any social media account, for that matter. Entrusting my personal life to proprietary software and EULA contracts that are intentionally obtuse is just really dumb.
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  3. BobF

    BobF Well-Known Member

    Interesting article here:

    It's chilling enough to see what Facebook knows, but who Facebook shares that info with without your knowledge is even scarier.

    If I need to keep up with my friends and family, there's the phone and email. Not perfect, but still better than having every mouse-click logged for Posterity.
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  4. Hught

    Hught Well-Known Member

    Never been on Facebook, but someone pointed out to me the other day, Users are not the customers, they are the product Facebook sells.
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