uybubuybu 18 months ago
People doing thisSee everyone
I tried to delete facebook several times, but I allways got back in cause I lost some phonenumber, or needed to contact somebody urgently.
This little guide will kill the possibility to log in to your facebook account by setting a random password you cannot remember for your facebook aswel as for your newly created associated email account.
(maybe download your facebook data before, get phonenumbers, emails etc. cause your facebook will be GONE)
first you need a random string you shouldn’t be able to retrieve
like this one:
You shouldn’t use this one cause you’ll be able to retrieve it.
go to http://www.random.org
and make your own, paste it in a notepad file, DONT SAVE IT!
now go to hushmail, create a new account, and use the random string as your password.
Remove your old emailadres from facebook and add the hushmail address instead.
Remove any phone associations.
Validate the hushmail account for facebook.
Change your facebook password to the same random string.
Delete your facebook account.
Remove the random string from notepad.
It is now Impossible to retrieve your facebook account.
good luck! 2 years ago
I doubt I’ll be able to do this any time soon… which makes me want to delete it even more. Surely, I can’t be that ‘addicted’ to a website? Just scared for missing out, I suppose. A bit sad when you think about it. 2 years ago
How I did it: I was having a conversation with my boyfriend and his dad about Facebook a few weeks ago. They were trying to tell me that anything you post to Facebook they now own. Combine this with facial recognition technology and you have a lethal combination, not to mention all the other potential violations of your privacy. People willingly pour their entire lives into the social networking site AND BECAUSE OF THIS FACEBOOK IS WORTH 50 BILLION DOLLARS. Is creeping on someone's profile worth signing over the rights to all your pictures, preferences, and personal information? Your face and name could be connected to any activity you post on there... Scary, isn't it? After reading their consolation that "you own all of the content and information you post on Facebook" I decided to look further into it. And after reading a bit off theLearn More page (which I no longer have access to since I've deleted my account) and this website I was horrified! I suppose it is my fault for not reading the terms of agreement but honestly, who does?! I got myself out but what about my 12 year old cousin or my best friend in Texas? What about people on 43things.com logging on via their Facebook account? Take a hint from the book Super Sad True Love Story and stop this madness. It seems fairly innocent... until BAM they have your life by the balls. I got out and you can too. If you'd like to have some semblance of digital privacy, you can find instructions on how to delete your facebook FOREVERhere. Read how I did it… 3 years ago