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Like Google, Facebook knows much more about you than you probably think. Facebook tracking goes far beyond targeted advertising, and it can pinpoint anything from your daily habits to your preferred political party.
The best way to opt-out of social media tracking is by using a VPN and private browser, but Facebook can still accumulate a lot of your personal data. Keep reading to learn precisely what Facebook knows about you.
We have a feeling you’ll circle back after you’re done reading to snag a VPN subscription to reclaim some of your privacy.
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