Due to recent stories in the news, many people are understandably concerned about their privacy on social media sites like Facebook.

Have you ever been curious as to just how much data Facebook has on you?

Take a look at your file.

Facebook allows users to download all their personal data. Here's how to do it.

First, log in to Facebook, and then click the down triangle icon to bring up the menu, where you'll next click 'settings.'

Then, click "download a copy of your Facebook data."

You'll be prompted to enter your password, and then after a few minutes you'll receive a notification that your file is ready to download. Mine was 1G large, and contained literally everything I've done on Facebook -- videos, photos, messages, text, all of it.

Try it out and see just how much of your info is on Facebook.