demo-new.nplan.io/10-claves-para-lograr-xito-y.php If you click it, you can see your Example Count , which could be the number of photos Facebook used to train a machine learning algorithm to recognize your face.
My Example Count is Facebook says this figure is "a unique number based on a comparison of the photos you're tagged in. We use this data to help others tag you in photos. One interesting note about photos: The Videos tab contained dozens of clips I posted to my friends' timelines when I was a teenager.
It's impressive how much you can forget what you shared over the years; I was horrified to realize that Facebook had so many grainy videos of my face at 13, 14, and 15 years old. Also fun? If you recorded a video on Facebook but never actually posted it, Facebook still has it.
In the Friends tab you'll find every single one of your Facebook friends, as well as the date that you added each other. If you unfriended someone, and then re-added them later, they'll show up on this list twice.
The list also includes all of the friend requests that you have declined. Pay special attention to the very bottom of the page, where you can see what "Friend Peer Group" Facebook thinks you're in. Mine says "Starting Adult Life. The most interesting part of your index is the Ads tab. There, Facebook will show you a list of ad categories it has associated with your account. Mine include dozens of publications like Harper's and Buzzfeed, as well as vexing ones like "Goth subculture" and "Middle Class.
Below this list you'll find advertisements you've supposedly clicked on; mine has 40, dating back to January. And below that is a distressing list of advertisers Facebook says "have your contact information. They may have brought this information to the social network using Facebook's custom audience tool , according to a Facebook representative. It also includes a number of bands, the dating app Happn, which I don't recall ever using, and "House of Blues Dallas.
One data set seems surprisingly incomplete; under Pokes I was inexplicably greeted by only two pokes, one from and another from last year. I have certainly poked people on Facebook more times than this.
It's unclear why Facebook has only chosen to retain these two poking instances, though other users appear to have experienced the same oversight. Facebook didn't answer a request for comment about why it has only kept track of a select list of pokes. The last thing to check in your index is the Applications tab, which is a list of apps you've used to sign up with using your Facebook profile. Aside from the index, your Facebook data file should also include several other folders, labeled html , messages , photos , and videos.
Don't skip them altogether though.
Mine only appear to date back several years, likely because I used to regularly delete my Facebook messages. If you have an Android device, you may have given Facebook or Facebook Lite permission to access your call and text history years ago. Specifically, before Google changed how permissions worked in Android 4.
Find out for sure by clicking the Contact Info tab. Because I've only ever used an iPhone—Apple doesn't allow apps to scrape call and text history—this tab only contained a list of my phone's contacts. If you have granted permission, this screen will also include a certified creepy list of your call and SMS history. Keep in mind that Facebook says it plans to soon make it easier to delete data, but for now, the process is fairly cumbersome.
The first place to start is your contacts. You can learn how to turn off that settings here. Click the top right-hand options tab on desktop, and then click Activity Log. Remember, though, that Facebook says it's going to re-vamp its privacy features in coming weeks—which means you get to do this all over again. The only way to be truly secure on Facebook is to delete your account. But that's crazy talk! Here's how to lock down your privacy and security and bonus, keep targeted ads at bay.
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