Your worst nightmare: What if Facebook lost everyone's data?

Image: The Data DriveThe only thing worse than Facebook having all of your personal information is, well, Facebook not having all of your personal information.That is the premise behind The Data Drive, a new website by Daniel Kolitz, creator of The Printed Internet and artist Sam Lavigne.

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Facebook's App Strategy Is Bad News For Anyone Who Uses Apps

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Facebook Is Throttling Nonprofits and Activists

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European Facebook Class Action Suit Attracts 60K Users As It Passes First Court Hurdle

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Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick just had an A+ Instagram exchange

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