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People commonly recommend that you log out of Facebook in order to protect your privacy, but that’s simply not enough anymore, reports Soshable.Click here to keep Facebook out of your business >Facebook uses numerous cookies that keep tabs on you as you browse around the Internet, regardless of whether you’re logged in or not.Any page with Facebook functionality on it — Like buttons, Share buttons, etc. — will still capture your activity and send it to Facebook.

We think this is unacceptable. If you’re a Firefox user, here’s how to delete these cookies and keep Facebook away from you.


From the Firefox menu, select Preferences.

From the Firefox menu, select Preferences.

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Click on Privacy, then click on “remove individual cookies.”

Click on Privacy, then click on "remove individual cookies."

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Type “facebook” in the search bar. This will display all the cookies that Facebook uses to keep tabs on you.

Type "facebook" in the search bar. This will display all the cookies that Facebook uses to keep tabs on you.

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Hold down the shift key and click on each Facebook cookie to select all of them at once. Then click on “remove cookies.”

Hold down the shift key and click on each Facebook cookie to select all of them at once. Then click on "remove cookies."

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You’re invisible to Facebook now. Go about your business! (Keep in mind you’re browser accepts cookies, you’ll have to keep deleting the ones from Facebook every time you visit the site. Annoying!)

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