How To Permanently Delete Your Facebook Account


Facebook made big news this week after reports came out of a new user agreement that basically makes it possible for Facebook to turn your wall posts into a g*ddamn coffee table book (or do whatever else they want to try to make money off of your life).

Well, needless to say, everyone freaked the hell out out. And after two days of protest, Facebook decided to revert back to their previous terms of service.

But don’t be fooled – the battle is not over and they will do everything in their power to control your content. The only cure is to get out now, while you still can. And we have the answer: the exact link for where you need to go to permanently delete your Facebook account!

This doesn’t just deactivate your account until you decide to log back in and start where you left off. This will delete all of your information – pictures, messages, everything. So only do this if never want to use your profile ever again.

To delete your account, just logged-in, go to this page, click “submit” and your account is gone forever… That’s it.

Viva la Resistance!

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    1. gen1312 says:

      fcuking facebook, those…i used to love it, now i hate it.

    2. stephanie says:

      Unlike OctoMom no one is going to "give" you or me any money…If you still have your job you are really lucky in this economy. I lost mine a few weeks ago. By visiting this website I was able to make about $135 the first week. The 2nd week I made about $275 and so far this week I am up to $576. I'm not getting rich but it helps supplement my income while I am looking for full time work and I can do it from home while home with my kids.

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    12. gen says:

      Cracked sent me…

      I’m bookmarking just in case…

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    14. Anon says:

      I find it ironic that you have a link to the "share this article at facebook" icon at the bottom of the article.

    15. pariah says:

      Seems to me to be a violation of copyright law. Everything that I write or post (original material) belongs to me and not Facebook.

    16. Der Wolfanwalt says:

      …Unless of course you give away that right by posting it on a proprietary internet framework, such as the one Facebook operates. Which, incidentally, you agree to do by using the service. Checking that little box that says "I agree" or "I've read that, whatever"? Makes you a party to a contract. Doesn't matter if you've read it, you're assumed to have done so, and let the signer beware.

    17. ray says:

      I just deleted my face book account tried it once before but spent 6 months suspended before i logged back in as i was bored but i dont like FB as its messy and has too many stupid applications that really annoy me.

    18. Dan says:

      Only spam and 65 y/o old men posing to be women are on those social sites anyway.

    19. ben heilenman says:

      I want to get rid of some tagged photos among my photos and can't-frustrating

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