Campaign Challenges Facebook Users to Disconnect

Online initiative called "99 Days of Freedom" encourages users to live without Facebook for three months.
0:48 | 07/10/14

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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 to go on -- FaceBook summer retreat for 99 days they claim that in doing so. The average user would regain more than 28 hours of their life back. So far 2600 FaceBook users are willing to take the stairs so -- you -- hearing from some other FaceBook friends. And -- even in 99 image but not their age. Don't personally there on FaceBook break and if you -- -- go to 99 days of freedom dot com.

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