FB Challenge: 99 Days of Freedom From Facebook

3,200 people have currently signed up for the challenge

   

FB Challenge: 99 Days of Freedom From Facebook

Just, a Dutch-based nonprofit, is asking Facebook (FB) users to take 99 days away from the social media website.

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Just proposed the 99 Days of Freedom as a response to the controversial mood experiment conducted by Facebook. The challenge asks that users drop the social media website for 99 days and complete a happiness survey after 33, 66 and 99 days without the service, reports The Financial Express.

Facebook states that the average users spends 17 minutes on its site every day. Without access to the social media website for three months, this would give people and additional 28 hours to do just about anything else. Just claims that 99 Days of Freedom isn’t meant to hurt the social media website, The Financial Express notes.

According to the 99 Days of Freedom website, over 3,200 people are currently signed up.

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