Here is where to find what Facebook has on you:
To download a copy of your Facebook data:
- Click at the top right of any Facebook page and select Settings.
- Click Download a copy of your Facebook data below your General Account Settings.
- Click Start My Archive.
Keep in mind that we have measures in place to help ensure the security of your information. We require you to confirm your identity to complete the download process. You will not be able to access the information until you have completed the security check.
You can check to see whether we have your credit card information stored by clicking Settings > Payments. From there, you may choose to change or delete stored credit card information.
Taken from Facebook Help Center https://www.facebook.com/help/302796099745838
Here is where to find what Google has on you:
Step 1: See an overview of your data
- Go to your Google Dashboard. You might need to sign in.
- You’ll see Google services you use and a summary of your data.
You’ll see data from Google services you used while signed in to your account. Note: Not all Google services show up here.
Step 2: Find out more
- Select a Google service, like Gmail or YouTube.
- You’ll see a summary of your data.
- From here you can take a few actions. (Note: These options aren’t available for each service.)
- To see your data in more detail, select it. You’ll go to the service and see it there.
- To go to settings: On the bottom right, select More Settings . If this option isn’t available, go to the service and change settings there.
- To save a copy of your data: On the bottom right, select More Download data.
- To see more options, like finding help articles, select More .
Taken from https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/162744?hl=en
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