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  • Life without Facebook for 99 days
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Life without Facebook for 99 days

Status updates, baby pictures, event invites - the average person checks their Facebook 14 times a day, and 79% of smartphone users check their Facebook within 15 minutes of waking up. But what would life be like without Facebook? An experiment lets people find out.

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