Fed up? You can deactivate your Facebook account -- but the site doesn't let you go without a fight. Its parting page shows off photos of your friends and tells you how much they'll miss your social-networking presence.
Deactivating your account doesn't actually purge it from Facebook's servers. The company keeps your data stored in case you change your mind and want to come back.
As Facebook's Ticker delves into social sharing, its new features walk the privacy line.
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