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How to Find the Third Party Apps With Access to Your Facebook Data

March 21, 2018
Matt Southam

Your mission statement is only a few lines long but it is a paragraph which clearly and accurately describes your company and what it does. If it’s good it will sum up your company and your values, if it’s great it will be inspirational.


Now we know that Facebook does, of course, have data on you. It is after all their service you are using, but what about these third-party apps?

Luckily you can very easily check which apps you are sharing your data with by taking a look at your Facebook profile settings.

If you want to go straight to the apps setting page you can just click here or the instructions are below.

On a desktop click the small arrow in the top right-hand side of the page

Select “settings” and then select “apps”. You will then see all the apps who you have granted access too and can very easily click “remove” next to them.

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