Facebook Clear History

Delete data that Facebook has collected on you

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#3 Product of the DayMay 01, 2018

Facebook Clear History is a new tool launched by Facebook to allow you to delete your data in Facebook's vaults, coming weeks after the Cambridge Analytica scandal and impending GDPR regulation in the EU.

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  • kunProgrammer
    Pros: 

    {user: {_id: 42, _deleted: true, avatar: https://fb.image.xxx, birthday: 19930123, gender ...}}

    Cons: 

    If you really want `delete row from users where user where _id = 42`, you need to buy Facebook Pro. and subscribe yearly.

    We'll pay anyway. Either with privacy or with cash.

    kun has never used this product.

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Chris Backe@oneweirdglobe · Game designer at entrogames.com, blogger
Erm, why is this 'product' listed on 'Product Hunt' when it's neither available, working, or launched?
Phaneendra@phani8
I think it's a soft delete.
David Klein@david_klein1 · I enjoy marketing and also marketing
But what if I want to sell my data to a hostile foreign power?
Igor Akulov@igoruphere · Founder of Picax
Brett Jones@brett_jones · NPO Evaluation Manager, Avalon Housing.
@david_klein1 Пожалуйста свяжись со мной. Я дам вам хорошую цену за ваши данные!
Nick AbouzeidHunter@nickabouzeid · Words at Product Hunt ✌️
Unsurprising that this launched pre-GDPR. This won't solve all of our big data problems: at the end of the day, it's the consumer's job to intelligently protect their data before it's given to advertising companies like FB, not after.
Rafiq Maniar@rafiqmaniar · Founder, Crowdflow.io
@nickabouzeid I feel GDPR believe that no, it's not the consumers job to do this, in the same way that it's not the consumers job to research the food they eat to make sure it's safe (it's the job of the relevant Food Safety Authority, bar any allergies etc).
Jason Sooter@jasonsooter · CEO, The Organic Bloom
This should be hunted when it is available. Not sure why it is on here now. Can we now hunt 'products' based on a few paragraphs? Better moderation!