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What's in my Facebook archives?

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An example of what users get when they download their extended archive from Facebook. (Source: RNN) An example of what users get when they download their extended archive from Facebook. (Source: RNN)

Facebook provides users with two different archives for download. Here's the information you can find in them.

Standard Archive:

  • General profile information, like the stuff you see on your profile when you look at your "About" page
  • A history of wall posts made by and to you.
  • All the photo albums you've uploaded.
  • A list of your friends, some with emails, alphabetized by first name.
  • A list of events you've said you were going to on Facebook, including events that you have said you might go to, sorted by date. The events also have their descriptions from their invite pages.
  • Transcripts of your messages.

Expanded Archive:

  • Account status changes, including dates when you've disabled, deleted or reactivated your account and changes to your name.
  • Hometown and current city information.
  • A list of cookies.
  • A list of events you've been invited to with their start and end times.
  • The family members you've approved on Facebook, their relationship to you and whether they are pending or confirmed.
  • A list of pending friend requests that you've sent and received.
  • A list of partial list of IP addresses that you have used to access Facebook.
  • Information on who has poked you and when.
  • A list of past relationships you've approved with other Facebook users.
  • A list of languages you've added to your profile.
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