A huge mass of Facebook abandoned Facebook in the United States. The study showed that citizens closed Facebook, deleted the application, or changed their privacy settings.

A study published today shows that Americans have changed their Facebook security settings for four quarters or have taken steps to get away from the site altogether. This massive insecurity and loss is thought to be the changes that Facebook has made in its privacy policy and the news that it is about to become.

According to the survey, 75 percent of users changed their privacy settings, freeze their accounts, or completely swallow applications from their phones. It is not known exactly why users are moving away from Facebook, but experts argue that it is related to security policies and current events.

The study also found that the mass that deleted the Facebook account was generally between the ages of 18 and 29; 44 percent of them have been removed from the appliances of practice. As a result of the departure of young people, they should be more aware of the agenda and that their reactions are more functional.

Of course, the Cambridge Analytica scandal has a huge share in the insecurity that occurs in one year on Facebook. The Cambridge Analytica scandal broke people's trust in Facebook considerably and led many users to edit their privacy settings. The "#DeleteFacebook" campaign was born out of this mistrust, but it did not cause any serious damage to the company. As a matter of fact, it has been over a year since the incident and the study revealed that a very large group of people is "insecure" against Facebook.

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