Before I deleted it, I requested that Facebook send me all the information contained in the account. At that time, they claimed they would honor such requests. I don't know whether that's still true.
Anyhow, they never even acknowledged the request, much less sent the information. That did it. I deleted the account. That doesn't mean Facebook doesn't still have the information, some of which they collected without my knowledge or permission. I would set my preferences in a certain way, and then they would change the rules without telling me.
I finally had enough. I have better things to do than constantly stay on top of their attacks on my personal information. Facebook doesn't force anyone to use their service, but it's not free. Facebook cashes in by monetizing your information, which you provide to them at the cost of your privacy. Obviously, it's a price that hundreds of millions of people are willing to pay. I'm not.
I would like to delete an account which Facebook opened using my name and email address without my knowledge or permission but there doesn't seem to be a way of doing so. You can go to Facebook, put in your email address and then select forgot your password.
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They should send a link where you could reset the password and then proceed to delete the account. I'd have to agree with Nigels suggestion for No. I'm surprised that there's no mention of a very simple method I've used for years to help keep my private and professional online lives separated — namely, having one e-mail address for everyday use and another for professional communication. Most Internet providers allow multiple e-mail addresses, and there are also plenty of online providers like g-mail.
I also maintain two Facebook accounts; one is my everyday page, the other is linked to my professional e-mail address and contains nothing but very basic information about me. Last but not not least, I have a very strict policy of never being social media "friends" with my co-workers, AND of never making public posts slamming my place of work. Everything on Facebook seem to leak, even chatting and communicating through the site, leaks like chat post pops up seeing unaccessible chat, thinking that chats for me, it was friends who are chatting to each other.
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