I'm wondering why people still use Facebook. I became aware of their covert sharing of user data years ago, and said goodbye! Since then, there have been huge...GIGANTIC hacks, privacy breaches and security breaches. These have been very well publicized. For example, the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which ended up sharing data from 87 million FB accounts, is summarized on Wikipedia, the NY Times, and countless other sources. After that, in September 2018, FB announced they'd been hacked, this time with hackers commandeering 50 million accounts--including its CEO Mark Zuckerberg's. Back in 2010 (the year after I chose to #DeleteFacebook), the Wall Street Journal reported how FB was: "...transmitting identifying information—in effect, providing access to people's names and, in some cases, their friends' names—to dozens of advertising and Internet tracking companies... Also from back in 2010, Tilburg Law School Legal Studies Research Paper Series explained how any time a person, ANY person, not just FB members, clicked a 'like' button--anywhere on the Internet--FB could trace and track them. I could literally go on all day citing incidents from the past decade, but I'll stop now because I think my point is clear: Facebook is a cesspool of covert activities, privacy breaches, and unwanted (by the member) sharing of members' data...so why do you still use it? Edited to add: Did you know that if you delete your fb account, you're not really deleting it? I had been told, but doubted, how this worked--until I tried it myself. Basically, you've stepped through fb's process of deleting--not deactivating--your account; they confirm it's done, your account is deleted, you're done with them. And then one day you're viewing ANYTHING on the Internet--not something from or related to fb--and you hit the 'like' button. Guess what? You've just reactivated your "deleted" account. Really. Try it yourself. I did, and I was livid with its result.