πŸ’¬ Archiving Facebook

Replied to Freeing Myself from Facebook by Jonathan LaCourJonathan LaCour (cleverdevil)
Ever since my discovery of the IndieWeb movement, I've wanted to free myself from Facebook (and Instagram) and their brand of surveillance capitalism. I want to own my own data, and be in control of how it is shared, and I don't want it to be used for advertising.
Jonathon, there are many posts out there arguing to get off Facebook or clean up your data, however my question has always been what to do with the data. I really like Martin Hawksey’s work associated with archiving Twitter, but I have never really come upon any process for bringing Facebook content into my own domain. I am going to explore this, even if to keep a private archive. Thanks you.

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