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First is simple "deactivation." Visit your Facebook Account page and click the "deactivate" link at the bottom.

However, you have the option to reactivate it in the future, without losing any photos, notes, or pokes. You can even list what new social network you've moved to, just to make Friendster feel bad.

No matter what you call it—deleting, canceling, removing, whatever—when you want to be rid of an online account, you'll find most sites don't feel obliged to make it too easy for you. And if you've managed to quit a service not in this story, be kind and share your tips.

So we've cut to the chase as much as possible to give you the links, the tips, and in the worst cases, the fax and phone numbers you need to sever ties. Another site linking up you and your alma mater–mates and another lawsuit: One user claims he was told by Classmates that several people were trying to contact him.

It even displays pictures of people you're in photos with, playing on your emotions with captions such as, "Mark will miss you" and "Wendy will miss you." Sure they will. Once you've cleared the tears from your eyes, you'll notice another message on-screen, wherein the Facebook Team points out that you shouldn't deactivate because of that silly old terms of service change.

That "was a mistake we have now corrected." Too much hullaballoo. You have to provide a reason to deactivate, whether you'll be back or not, and you can also opt out of getting e-mails from Facebook while deactivated. Assuming you can remember your log-in, do so and click Settings. On a new page, you'll find the Cancellation Form in the middle.