Your question: Will Facebook automatically delete your account?

The social networking site does not disable or delete user profiles unless the process is initiated by the user. The only situation where the company might disable your Facebook account is when you are involved in some policy violation.

How long before Facebook deletes your account?

You have 30 days to change your mind about Facebook

Facebook will take up to 90 days to delete all of your account data from its servers. For the first 30 days of that period, you can still sign in and cancel your deletion request. Your account will be restored and it’ll be like you never left.

Why would Facebook delete your account?

There are many reasons why Facebook might disable your account, including not using your real name, posting offensive content, scraping the site, joining too many groups, sending too many messages, “poking” too many people, or sending the same message too many times.

What happens to inactive Facebook accounts?

When you deactivate your account, Facebook saves all of your settings, photos, and information in case you decide to reactivate your account. Your information isn’t gone—it’s just hidden. However, it is possible to delete your account permanently with no option for recovery.

How do I know if my Facebook is deleted?

Log in to the email account you used as your Facebook sign on name. You should see an account deletion confirmation email from Facebook.

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Do inactive accounts get deleted?

According to the changes, Google will be deleting users’ data from its popular services on accounts that have been inactive for more than two years. Google recently announced that it will be adding all your photos and videos on Google Photos, starting in July, 2021, in the connected Google Drive account.

Can police recover deleted Facebook accounts?

In short, yes. If a police authority has a case where they need access to a “deleted” Facebook account, then they would get a judge to sign a warrant and present that to Facebook. Facebook would then search their servers and provide the messages.