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Think Deleting Your Facebook Account Will Stop Them Tracking You? Think Again

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Think Deleting Your Facebook Account Will Stop Them Tracking You? Think Again

Think Deleting Your Facebook Account Will Stop Them Tracking You? Think Again

Facebook loves knowing every little thing about its users--that helps them sell highly targeted ads to advertisers.

But after the news that the data of 50 million people was leaked to Cambridge Analytica, many are considering deleting their accounts.

But guess what?

The company can still track and targets people who aren't even registered on the site via other settings on their phone and browser.

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Think Deleting Your Facebook Account Will Stop Them Tracking You? Think Again

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