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Facebook allows an easy sign in feature to many of your favorite apps. This feature creates a link between that app and your Facebook account and and allows Facebook to have access to your data. If you are unsure if Facebook has access to certain apps or if you want to disconnect privileges to Facebook and stop sharing data we recommend that you go through these steps and remove third party Facebook access. You can do this from your computer or from your mobile device.
Step #1: Click here to open Facebook. If you're already logged in, doing so will open your Facebook homepage
Click here to open Facebook. If you're already logged in, doing so will open your Facebook homepage
Step #2: Click the downward facing arrow on the top right
Click the downward facing arrow on the top right
Step #3: Click settings
Step #4: Click apps & websites from the left column
Click apps & websites from the left column
Step #5: Click the apps you want to remove and then click remove
Click the apps you want to remove and then click remove
Step #6: Check the** box** and click remove
Check the** box** and click remove
Step #7: Click done
Step #1: Open Facebook app
Open Facebook app
Step #2: Tap the three bars on the bottom right
Tap the three bars on the bottom right
Step #3: Tap settings & privacy
Tap settings & privacy
Step #4: Tap settings
Step #5: Tap apps and websites
Tap apps and websites
Step #6: Tap logged in with Facebook
Tap logged in with Facebook
Step #7: Choose the app **(or apps) you want to remove** then tap remove to delink the app
Choose the app **(or apps) you want to remove** then tap remove to delink the app
Step #8: Tap remove
Step #9: Tap done to permanently remove the apps access to Facebook
Tap done to permanently remove the apps access to Facebook
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Facebook's single sign on service makes logging in and creating accounts for apps, games, and services easy. But when you use Facebook to login, Facebook gives those apps access to your data — a lot of your data.
To find out what information you are sharing, check your third-party app list and see exactly what you're providing to these services.
You can edit the permissions for individual apps in the “Apps and Websites” section. You can do this by hovering over them and pressing the edit button.
Third-party Facebook apps may have already stored data on you, and you’ll need to contact the app developer to delete that information.