A few weeks ago, I started a parody account on Instagram. I decided to make it a business profile, but Instagram required that I link it to a Facebook account. Not wanting to use my real Facebook, I signed up for a brand new Facebook with a brand new email. I then linked it to my Instagram, and never touched it again. A few days later, I began getting emails from Facebook recommending family members and even places just miles from my home. It even recommended my actual Facebook. How does Facebook know who I am without giving them any sort of data? My location services are off for Instagram, and I do not even have the Facebook app downloaded. I have never even used my actual Facebook; I only follow one person. I know Facebook is a huge culprit of invading privacy, but I didn’t think they could possibly know who I am without giving them any sort of information. If anyone could shed some light on the situation, it would be greatly appreciated.