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How to break up with Facebook

Facebook messages you 20 times a day and seemingly shares every detail of your relationship with its buddies. But it also knows all your friends and you’ve synced your calendars! What’s a user to do? For those of you thinking of taking the plunge, here’s how to break up with Facebook: 

Option 1: Take a break

This method keeps your account active, but forces you to be more mindful about logging in. Suitable for those dealing with mild overuse and not concerned with Facebook mining their data. This option requires the self-control of someone who can

Option 2: No burned bridgesOption 3: Cold-turkey (after 30 days)

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