There are many reasons to delete or disable your Facebook account. You may be concerned about how the social networking siteof 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 for deleting, we'll help you with all settings if you want to leave Facebook. As part of CNET's new YouTube channel, we'll show you how to permanently delete your account and other options, such as deactivation, if you can not disconnect permanently. We'll even show you how to find settings to store everything you've ever posted (photos, videos, comments) and to find all the advertising data stored on Facebook.
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