You've probably heard about the Cambridge Analytica Scandal on Facebook and the subsequent hashtag #DeleteFacebook. As a result of the widespread concern about what Facebook knows about its users, I obtained a copy of my own personal Facebook archive. And it's startling to think that Facebook has access to so much information about your life. The Facebook software on your mobile device syncs your mobile contacts and location data, among other things. Facebook knows everything about you and can easily assess your behavior and alter your ideas using the data that you have provided on Facebook. As you may have read or heard, data is becoming the new standard of exchange.
I suppose you should download all of your Facebook data once and go through it to see what you've posted so far and what additional information is available about your account. You may now download all of your personal information from your Facebook account using a self-service tool provided by Facebook.
All of Your Facebook Data Can Be Downloaded in Steps
Step:1-Select Settings from the Account Settings menu at the top-right of any Facebook page you are in into.
Step:2-. On the left-hand sidebar, click the General tab.
Step: 3- At the bottom of the General Account Settings screen, click "Download a copy of your Facebook data."
Step: 4-As a last step in downloading your Facebook data, you'll be asked whether you want to go through with the process.
Step: 5-This is the last step, so To proceed, just click the Start My Archive button in green.
Step: 6-As soon as your archive is available for download, you'll get an email notification at the address you've provided. Follow these steps to download your archive. To proceed, click the blue Start My Archive button.
Step: 7:- You must now enter your Facebook password to validate your identity and secure your account's security.
Step: 8:-This may take some time, depending on how much data you've published on Facebook already, but after it's done, you may download an archive containing all of your Facebook data, including status updates, messages, and contacts.
Step: 9:-Check your email now to see whether Facebook sent you a message to confirm your request for access to your account data. Once it's available, which might take several hours, you'll get another message with a download link.
Step:10- Click the download link in the next mail you get to get an archive of your Facebook data. You may see all of your Facebook photographs and videos by downloading the file and extracting it before opening the index.html page.