In genral, there are not a lot of "Anti" Holidays or even protests that I particularly like. I find many of them to be annoying and in several cases, they lose track of what it is they're really about. At least the Facebook protest isn't exactly one where people could lose sight of the message. On the other hand, it's a protest and a day that comes as a result of a bunch of people who are basically complaining because they don't have enough sense … more
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Quit Facebook Day was an online event which took place on May 31, 2010 (coinciding with Memorial Day), in which Facebook users stated that they would quit the social network, due to privacy concerns. It is estimated that 2% of Facebook users coming from the United States will delete their account.