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DHH 17 Jan 19
Replying to @dhh
Every day you’re using Facebook, you’re voting with your presence and attention for “more of this please”. Make 2019 the year you start doing less of that. If you’re unable to quit entirely, cut back. If you’re a business, consider going .
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April Dávila 19 Dec 18
I quit Facebook a few months ago and it’s been beautiful. I highly recommend it, and encourage you to push past all their manipulative messages about how your friends will miss you. Just delete that shit and reach out to friends IRL. Your life will be better for it.
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Brad James 19 Mar 17
And life in general... 😭😭😭
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DHH 19 Dec 18
I wish there was a label called for companies that don’t use or buy any ads from Facebook or it’s suite of apps. Kinda like for beef. I would certainly shop accordingly.
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DHH Jan 29
Replying to @dhh
But what about you? What are you actually going to do? Is there anything Facebook could do that would make you stop using their stuff? Stop patronizing the companies funding their operations through ads? Do you even have a line where you'll or shop ?
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Sheryl McFarlane 🌹 19 Dec 18
This was the last straw for me. It wasn’t a breach. They are selling our private info!
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FRED MCCLIMANS May 7
If every Facebook user logged off just one day a week, say Saturday or Sunday... -> U.S. senators say Facebook executives including Zuckerberg must be personally accountable in FTC settlement | VentureBeat
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Libib 19 Dec 18
In April 2018 we deleted our account on Facebook after multiple reports of privacy breaches and the failure of FB to act. Since then FB has shared private user data. This goes against everything we at Libib believe in. We stand by our decision to . Be
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Chris Bell 2 Sep 14
Day 2 of - Klout score is 57. Going 1 month without FB. Can I survive? Follow me here and find out!
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Nicola :) Oct 17
It is such a lovely feeling to deactivate Facebook for a while, so Twitter and Instagram only, and see how I get on :)
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James Pittendreigh 🦉 Jul 30
Friends, I'm removing WhatsApp from my phone. You can reach me on Signal, Telegram, Twitter, SMS, email, or phone. This was the straw that broke the camel's back:
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Sheryl McFarlane 🌹 19 Dec 18
Enough is enough! I have deleted my Facebook account but you can reach me through Twitter.
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ThePapaDog 19 Dec 18
Replying to @Facebook
for over a year and don’t miss it at all. Once upon a time, it was about family and friends, now it’s all about money. When is enough, enough??
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Nannette Ricaforte Jul 23
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Linda McGoldrick 2 Apr 18
Finally deleted Facebook...long time overdue..Facebook and Google make money from selling your data and tweaking their algorithms to target and manipulate you. It’s that simple.
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Kate Marks Jan 30
I read more, went to bed earlier, organized a march, wrote a feature, wrote/directed my first series of commercials, was less anxious. This Is Your Brain Off Facebook
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Sean Doyle 6 Jul 14
Wrote a long note explaining my decision to leave FB. Should've included this (from Sunday paper).
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Christopher Woods 23 Dec 18
Haven’t used it in a year, and don’t really like that they have a copy of *my* data. Downloaded everything and have clicked . Will go into 2019 fully .
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Sebastian Haderecker Nov 10
Small update: I deleted my account in the last days. 🎉🥳 Now I'm officially : No (never had), no (deleted beginning of this year) & no (deleted now). You can still find me here on and on
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BootsChantilly 19 Dec 18
I quit Facebook today. I couldn’t even tell you how many yrs I’ve been on, tho it’s considerably longer than Twitter & I’ve been on Twitter 10 yrs. Regardless. Enough is enough.
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