Protect your privacy.
Facebook has made it easier to sign-in to websites using the ‘Sign in with Facebook’ API as a way to easily pullout information about you and save time when signing up. While that be convenient, there are times when a lot of these apps could compromise your own personal data.
With the recent privacy issues that Facebook has faced, many have started looking into their profiles and how the social network is sharing their own personal information. It is recommended that you regularly check which app or website has access to your Facebook account.
You can follow these steps to see what apps have access to your Facebook account and how to remove it:
Open the Facebook app on your iOS or Android device and tap the three-line menu.
Scroll down and look for the Settings shortcut under the Settings & Privacy menu.
Now look for Apps and Websites listed under Security.
Once inside the menu, select Apps, Websites, and Games.
You will then see apps and websites that you have used to your Facebook login.
Tap Edit to select one and you will see various settings about that particular app or website that’s using your data. From there you can choose to delete or edit which information is available to it.
The steps shown above are also applicable to the desktop version of Facebook.