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Delete Facebook, but save your data first

There are many reasons to delete your Facebook account. You may be concerned about how the social networking site compromised and exposed the private data of millions of its users. Or you are angry at the unwanted role Facebook played in spreading the false information of foreign governments about US candidates in the 2016 presidential election. Or you just want to keep from mindlessly scrolling through your feed in your spare time.

Regardless of your reason, we are here to help you if you want to move away from Facebook. As part of CNET's new YouTube channel, we'll show you how to clear your account and guide you through other options if you can not bring yourself to completely separate. We'll even show you how to save everything you've ever posted (photos, videos, comments), and find all the ads on Facebook.

Take a look at our How To Delete Facebook video at the top of the story.


If you're ready to part with Facebook, you have several options.

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If you need more information before removing your account, see How to Delete Your Facebook Account Once and for All in the CNET or How to delete your Facebook account for that social network the tracking ends your data .

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iPhone XS 64GB in Space Gray

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15-inch MacBook Pro in Silver

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