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Facebook was designed to be addictive, but users who broke up with the platform say they can find everything they need elsewhere, especially during a pandemic (FB)

Business Insider Friday, 24 April 2020
Facebook was designed to be addictive, but users who broke up with the platform say they can find everything they need elsewhere, especially during a pandemic (FB)· Facebook usage has spiked during the coronavirus pandemic as people in heavily impacted areas have been forced to remain socially distanced from friends and loved ones.
· But people who fled the platform following a string of controversies in recent years told Business Insider they aren't tempted to go back.
· Two-thirds...
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