Whether you use Facebook or not is up to you, and I won't judge.
I'm sure that social people find it useful and entertaining. My own experience on the platform was not the best: I didn't have problems with dealing with abusive people, I just had one or two people I kept in contact with through it, and then there were the stupid Zynga games. At one point during one of their stupid phases they updated their TOS to suggest they were claiming copyright on anything posted on their pages and I noped out of that so hard, I hadn't been back. This was back around 2007 or so. Do you remember your passwords from that era? I sure don't. (This matters.)
At the time, Facebook only allowed one to deactivate the account.
Today I got a welcome back email from Facebook.
For some reason these idiots thought that a login from a Mac OS computer in fucking Vietnam was completely legit and re-opened my Facebook account. I guess there's something to be said for following a seemingly legitimate password combination, but FFS how was there no question about a ten year dormant account being reactivated from fucking Vietnam?
And of course, Facebook, being Facebook, still has all the old Hotel California attitudes, and finding out how to secure the account required a password I no longer had any knowledge of. Fortunately I had recently upgraded my gmail account's password to something umpteen characters long. So there was no reasonable chance for a hacker to get that. I did eventually get to reset the password, generated a huge one from my password manager, and told Facebook thank you, no - fuck off forever assholes.
But seriously - ten year dormant account - reactivated from fucking Vietnam?
Why was that even processed in the first place?