We all know that Facebook is holding personal data about us, but the sheer amount of data they keep on each user is staggering. In just one example unveiled by Facebook about a user that joined back in 2007. Facebook now has over 880 pages of personal data about the user stored on its servers. Detailing every poke the user has made and received together with masses of other personal data.
The information was published on the Europe v Facebook website and Forbes has been trawling through the data to discover what exactly Facebook is storing on you.
The data stored by Facebook tracks your every move as you would expected including: history of messages and chats, everyone you defriended and when, very event you’ve ever been invited to, and how you responded to the invitation, a list of the machines you use Facebook on and every person who has ever poked you.
If you are interested to see an example of the data for yourself you can download the PDF used in the example here. Or jump over to the Forbes website or the Europe Vs Facebook website for more details.