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Campaign Challenges Facebook Users to Disconnect

Online initiative called "99 Days of Freedom" encourages users to live without Facebook for three months.
00:48 | 07/10/2014

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Could you do log off a FaceBook for more than three months no cell please note posting about your day no checking your -- -- A Netherlands company launched a campaign 99 days of freedom. Urging users... See More
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