How to Prevent Facebook from Spying your Data (in 2 minutes)

How to Prevent Facebook from Spying your Data (in 2 minutes)

Due to the data leakage from Cambridge Analytics, many have proposed to erase Mark Zuckerberg’s platform Facebook from their lives. However, if you are looking for something less radical then you are at the right place. In this article, we will show you a trick to prevent Facebook from spying on your data (and it will only take you 2 minutes).

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Trick to Prevent Facebook from Spying your Data

One of the issues that most concern users when they access a social network is the issue of privacy, especially following the case of Facebook and Cambridge Analytics.

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That is why many manufacturers have gone to work on this issue to win the favour of their customers. One of them has been Firefox, which has created Facebook Container, an extension to prevent Facebook from spying on your data.

But how does it work? This tool opens the Zuckerberg platform in isolation so that it is not in contact with the rest of the browser. In this way, it is prevented from having contact with the navigation data, cookies from other pages, interests and movements on the Internet.

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So if you are tired of giving your personal information for free to this social network and want to install this extension to prevent Facebook from spying on your data, you will only have to go to its official download website and add it to the browser.

Once installed, the social network will open in a blue tab and free of cookies, that is, as if it were a kind of  “advanced incognito mode”.

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As additional tips, we recommend you to share less data since you never know who may be watching.

If it still does not seem enough and you want to eliminate Facebook completely from your life, as well as all the information it has about you, we recommend you take a look at this guide that will take you step by step to your goal.

I hope this article helps you to protect your privacy on the social network Facebook. Let us know if you have any queries while following the above method in the below comment box. We will get back to you as soon as possible to solve all your queries.

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