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31 March 2018

If they do, I'll publish a response. Then click Start My Archive.

Ms. Houk continued, "We want the court to order Facebook to develop a plan to remove any ability for advertisers to access Facebook's checklists for excluding groups of people in the posting of housing-related ads".

As that sinks in, some are choosing to quit the platform.

And that's without touching on the company's other services, Instagram and WhatsApp, which between them form a trifecta of seeming indispensability.

Jeremiah Owyang, an analyst with Kaleido Insights, suggests turning off as numerous features as possible on Facebook.

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The company gathers this data through information self-reported on Facebook accounts, and by tracking users' activity on Facebook and across the Internet.

"Oh wow my deleted Facebook Zip file contains info on every single phone, cellphone call and text I made for about a year", wrote ‏Twitter user Mat Johnson. You're not expecting that they're looking at but they are. The Federal Trade Commission also launched a separate investigation into Facebook's data practices on Monday.

Once you unzip the archive, you'll end up with a new directory of files and folders. Any measure taken by apps ultimately boils down to using more of these platforms and more time being spent. I expected relatively limited results for a frequent Facebook visitor.

Like many, I downloaded the data this week that Facebook compiled about me over the years, and frankly, it was spooky.

Facebook says it learns from Guardian journalists that Kogan has shared data with Cambridge Analytica in violation of its policies. I clicked on another, for a clearly dubious site, promising to explain to me "Why Do Some Women Age Faster Than Others?" Facebook is not the iron horse we once thought it was? In the days when I actually used Facebook to post statuses and chat publicly with friends I used to try to be a bit more selective, but as the social network's turned into a dumping ground for photos and event invites I've become much less discerning.

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"Facebook's use and abuse of user data for discriminatory purposes needs to stop", National Fair Housing Alliance CEO Lisa Rice said in a statement. Apps like Facebook were able to see this information thanks to an older Android API. But not many realized the many permissions this app was seeking.

Facebook didn't immediately respond to request for comment from Inman. It said call and text history logging was "part of an opt-in feature for people using Messenger or Facebook Lite on Android".

"It's suppose to be private, you're having this app on your phone, you're not thinking they're collecting this data saved somewhere", she says.

In another example, the lawsuit says the groups were allowed to exclude people with children from seeing an ad to rent an apartment.

You will receive an email with a specific link to download the data that Facebook has collected from you.

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Kashmir Hill: All the information that your friends have ever given Facebook about you has been added to your profile.

Facebook knows who you call