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May 17, 2010

Group sets May 31 as 'Quit Facebook Day'

Posted: 11:27 AM ET

Frustrated by Facebook's recent privacy changes, a group is urging users to delete their Facebook accounts en masse on May 31.

The campaign comes amid complaints that the social-networking juggernaut is diminishing users' privacy with its "open graph" model that adds Facebook connections on other sites across the internet. A handful of glitches during the rollout of the changes have, in fact, put some personal info at risk, if only briefly.

It's clear that some folks are leaving the popular site.

But the organized effort to get people to abandon their Facebook accounts doesn't appear to have gained much traction so far among the site's 400 million-plus users.

More than 2,700 people had pledged to quit Facebook on the group's website Monday morning. The Quit Facebook Day site asks, "Sick of Facebook's lack of respect for your data?" and calls on users to quit the site all at once on May 31.

And about 1,090 people had "liked" the site's Quit Facebook Day page - which, ironically, is on Facebook - as of Monday morning.

By contrast, more than seven times that many people are fans of former "Top Chef" contestant Kevin Gillespie's beard. A fairly random user-created page called "I Love Facebook" had roughly the same number of members as the "Quit Facebook" page.

On Friday, the San Francisco Chronicle's Business Insider blog poked fun at the effort, albeit when the fledgling site had only a couple hundred people signed up. The post's title? "Uh-Oh, 0.00000068% Of Facebook Users Promise To Quit On May 31."

Facebook doesn't provide the number of people who delete their accounts. But the overall numbers are clearly going the other way. A spokeswoman told last week that Facebook had added 10 million active users since late April.

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FB?   May 17th, 2010 5:27 pm ET

Who cares, no quitting-day is required. FB users act as Borg-assimilated drones anyway. One day they will simply stop using it, as on cue. FB will find themselves out of the headlines and another web 'sensation' has come to an end... NEXT!

Chris W   May 17th, 2010 5:40 pm ET

@OKAngie: I'm sure your indignation is sincere, but your information – correction – everybody's information is already "out there". We don't enjoy the same rights to privacy that we once did...and it's mostly our own doing.

And the folks at Facebook don't give a flip if a couple of thousand people cancel their accounts. Like it or not, it's become a necessary tool for a lot of's almost like asking everyone to give up their cars just to teach the oil companies a lesson

Easton   May 17th, 2010 6:10 pm ET

Facebook is the Devil, and all you Facebook lemmings are following him right off the cliff!

Mary B.   May 17th, 2010 6:13 pm ET

I haven't read through all comments, so sorry if this is a repeat. It takes 14 days after you officially delete your Facebook account, before your account is permanently deleted. Which means no log-ins, even accidentally, to Facebook for 14 days, because if you do happen to log back in within the 14 days after deleting your account, it reactivates your account.
(I'm currently in that 14 day Facebook limbo period).

KHOLLAND   May 17th, 2010 6:14 pm ET

But what will we do without Facebook?

Choco-Tan   May 17th, 2010 6:22 pm ET

Attention all Facebook users... NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOUR LIFE!!!!!!!(Unless they're a stalker but still...) Name 10 people who actually want to know what kind of coffee your drinking at Starbucks or what dress your going to where to a party.(Not counting stalkers...) Really consider the fact that people can just type up your name on Google and find a million MySpace pages about someone with that name....a million Facebook pages.... another million Twitter pages.... You may think your safe from the insane people who want to get information about you because you put special privacy settings on your page, but your not safe. People can access those pages just as easily as peoples pages WITHOUT privacy settings.So yes quit Facebook, protect yourself from lunatics, GET YOUR LIFE BACK ON TRACK!

rinsac   May 17th, 2010 6:51 pm ET

To bad I've already deleted my account. YOu have my support anyway. An alternative is on the way....check out:

Linikia   May 17th, 2010 7:03 pm ET

Already dropped out of facebook.

Scarlett   May 17th, 2010 7:05 pm ET

The problem I have with FB is that even if you set your privacy levels for these third party applications, your friends can still share your data with them unless you manually block the applications (Microsoft Docs, Yelp and Pandora are the 3 applications in the pilot program at the moment). So, I can make intelligent decisions about my data's privacy, but if a family member wants to use the pilot program, my data can still get out there. FB makes it seem like all you have to do is opt out of the program. Then in the fine print, you read that you also have to block these applications. How many of you saying that all we really need to do is set our privacy options correctly were aware of that?

Kuhde   May 17th, 2010 7:23 pm ET

FB is an advance social network. I think the poster need xtra training on how to use FB. FB is design in a way that you can secure ur data if u want to. it is also not necessary to fill/give every required fields or using all d FB features. this shld not call for debate!

allhaileris   May 17th, 2010 7:29 pm ET

What in the world are people putting on these Facebook pages that needs to remain private? Are they storing credit card numbers? Checking account routing numbers? Social security numbers? All I ever see are mostly poorly taken photos and silly time-waster comments. As long as Facebook acts to keep people from sending spam to my friends as though I sent it, I don't see a problem.

amigay   May 17th, 2010 7:38 pm ET

Facebook only exists because there are a lot of losers out there who think their sorry little lives are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO fascinating and important that other people will make a mad dash to their computers to view the info. Just like the 'normal' 20 something little chica who 'needs to know everything that's happening right now.' How sad.

Ron Reagan   May 17th, 2010 8:21 pm ET

All of you are as useless as teats on a bull.,

Seriously   May 17th, 2010 8:26 pm ET

All done taking everything off my account. No need to network with more of the type of hateful people as noted in the above comments...

Robert Laracuente   May 17th, 2010 8:46 pm ET

First of all, to all the people asking "WHY IS THIS NEWS?".... this is not news, it's an article in a Blog. And it's noteworthy because Facebook is a billion dollar behemoth in the social networking industry, and anything that happens with it, to it and about it will be plastered all over. Deal with it.

On the other hand, I am sick and tired of people complaining about facebook's "transgressions to privacy". People just too lazy to look into the "privacy" section and spend some whopping 10 minutes adjusting according to their wishes. With a few simple clicks I've set my Facebook tight enough so that you won't even find me on a google search there, but friends and family can stay in touch with me. And the hypersharing on all these sites (like CNN)? That can be shut off, you know. In fact, you actually have to turn it on. But that's too hard to do, right?

And to AMIGAY who said "Facebook only exists because there are a lot of losers out there who think their sorry little lives are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO fascinating and important that other people will make a mad dash to their computers to view the info", people actually stay in touch with long lost friends, family from all around the country and even organize events and what not.

I say to all the whiners: go ahead and get out of Facebook. One thing I hate is people forcing their views on everyone else. So you don't like facebook? Get out. But you need sooo much attention that you have to form groups and call on congress to restrict facebook and all that.

These people are more losers than the facebook users they call losers.

bailoutsos   May 17th, 2010 8:47 pm ET

Grant May 17th, 2010 11:45 am ET I don't understand why people post personal info on the web @@@ Hey, what he said.

Zeroghost   May 17th, 2010 9:46 pm ET

Information is money. Anyone who thinks they can swim for free in Facebooks pool are sorely mistaken. You are an opportunity for them. Not just advertising, but data, statistics, marketing and behavior information.

No free ride people. Pull the wool from over your eyes. Facebook is a business. You are the resource.

If it hurts to put your hand in the flame, pull it out. Don't just complain about how bad it hurts.

cliff   May 17th, 2010 10:13 pm ET

I found joining Facebook to be easy.

I found deleting my account almost as difficult as getting my "ex" to drop the alimony!

Henry   May 17th, 2010 10:17 pm ET

I have access to the entire web as it is. Why do i need facebook or myspace or whatever. I'm just on the net. Yeah I know there's no privacy blah blah isps, police, government can all track my ip back to the late 90s. But my friends or enemies can't track me that way.

Jon   May 17th, 2010 10:31 pm ET

I have been on Facebook since I entered college fall 2002. It was cool, new and entertaining. Facebook allowed you to connect with old friends close by or across the country. I guess you could say Facebook was a step up from my old AOL Instant Messenger... it had pictures and I also was attracted to Facebook because it said you had to have a University or College e-mail address. So I thought, ok this is something just for college guys and girls.

From where Facebook and I began 8 years ago is unbelievable. You can fight, drive cars, or even build a virtual farm. And by the way I'm not a big fan of having my 12 yr old cousins and my in-laws constantly checking my status and bringing it up at family functions.

I understand what Facebook is doing. They are growing their business, connecting with other companies, marketing and changing the Privacy Policy. Trust me from a business side, I'd probably do the same thing.... at least hope to be as successful as Facebook has become. Wish I had of thought of it....right?

As to whether or not I delete My Profile is up in the air. Do I check my Profile, change my Status, grow fake corn for my fake cows so that I can make fake money (Which I just saw a FarmVille Gift Card -a FB application- at a local retail store the other day. – – Hey spend $50 on virtual people and things for what, .... lack of face-to-face interaction = brings up a whole new subject. Some things on FB are just silly, maybe that could be an application...SillyVille??

Although I never think about Facebook anymore I will say I appreciate FB's act to keep the Profiles of those members who have passed. These profiles are only available to those who were family or closest to the deceased member as a memorial. I just thought this was a really cool thing FB did. – Unless the new privacy policy allows anyone access to deceased members profiles then I think this would be disrespectful.

A great networking tool for those who have a business but as for me the time still ticks down until FB and I separate and part ways.

JL – FB user since 2002

mike   May 17th, 2010 10:33 pm ET

What a bunch of tools. How is this news? Who cares?

hot nix   May 17th, 2010 10:36 pm ET

I quit months ago for other reasons. I don't miss it. My real friends still call, email and visit; and the other folks – don't miss 'em one bit. It makes me sad to see people addicted to it so intensely. I overhear conversations all day – faceBook this and FaceBook that, it makes you sound stupid to everyone around when the only topic you can discuss is your fake online life. Half the people at my work are on there all day while there's important stuff to do, tending to their 'farms' and sending each other fake drinks and roses, while us non-FakeBookers pick up their slack. I wish my employer would block access so we could get back to what we're supposed to be doing. Work. BTW, Twitter is no better, I'm really sick of 'tweets' being treated as newsworthy, it's just lazy journalism. I just hope people get bored with this stuff and it becomes less prevalent.

Moe   May 17th, 2010 10:44 pm ET

pffft... i quit 2 weeks ago. why does it take an F`ing mindset of lemmings to get people to do what they should have been able to do on their own. hope you all find your cliff and make good use of it.

1One2Two   May 17th, 2010 11:05 pm ET

Whats Facebook?

Shira   May 18th, 2010 1:11 am ET

I miss the days when the Internet consisted of intelligent people connected via dumb terminals.

Denise   May 18th, 2010 2:47 am ET

I love it. It a great oxymoron–Facebook privacy. I don't get it. Obviously people have Facebook pages to share everything they put on their page with the world. If you sign up for Facebook, MySpace, Friendster, etc. you obviously are NOT concerned about privacy. It's that simple. If you want privacy, then don't get a Facebook page.

Denise   May 18th, 2010 3:01 am ET

I also love all the people saying , 'Well I don't like the changes, but I can't quit because. . . .' People who use Facebook are so dependent on it–they can't imagine life without it. I am 100% computer social network free. E-mail, phones, and good old fashion letters work just fine and mean a whole lot more.

Caroline   May 18th, 2010 6:03 am ET

People! Facebook's privacy settings are INCREDIBLE. Most of the people who are complaining are either too lazy or too stupid to take the 10 or 15 minutes to check the settings out. It isn't complicated, although it is extensive. You have 100% control over exactly who sees exactly what on your profile. It's the best social networking site out there.

Brandon   May 18th, 2010 6:36 am ET

People are retarded. Why post information you don't want people to see on a popular website? Her der der der!!

Mike   May 18th, 2010 6:55 am ET

Hahaha, 10 Million new users – laughing out loud and rolling on the floor laughing! 8 Million of them are fake profiles added by marketing guys to push their marketing networks, 1 million are folks that got locked/removed by facebook for whatever reason and 1 million...oh well...compared to the world population, this is peanuts.

Facebook – it's just one big marketing gimmick and those being part of it: stop crying us a river about your privacy got violated! If you care about your privacy, don't get involved into SocialMedia/SocielNetworks and stop complaining!


TJRedneck   May 18th, 2010 7:01 am ET

I agree, if people are that stupid to put private info on the net, they shouldn't act surprised when they lose their privacy. But what really seems to motivate people to do this and why I think that facebook is so popular is simple, these people want to be noticed, they want to be on TV, and this is the next best thing. Look how people act when there is a camera around, especially a TV camera. I guarantee you that someday this will come back to bite them in the butt, bigtime! There will be a day when people will wish that they never put any of their information on facebook or any other social site.

Applesfinctor   May 18th, 2010 7:28 am ET

Someone contact the ATF, FBI, and everyone else!
This "Quit Facebook Day" Cult has the makings of another Heaven's Gate. I can see it now. The moment they "unplug..." *gulp*

Ron   May 18th, 2010 7:40 am ET

I am not a Facebook user. A few days ago a got an e-mail from someone one Facebook wanting to "friend" me. I don't know this person; never heard of him; did not recognize his picture. Included in the e-mail were photos of nine other people I "might know" on Facebook. I was astounded that I actually knew five of these people. So it's not just Facebook subscribers who are having their privacy invaded; it is EVERYONE.
I wrote a complaint to the FTC about this for invasion of privacy.

Matt   May 18th, 2010 8:12 am ET

disturbing but i just googled myself, and with and i found myself. I don't have any social networking pages, don't like facebook or myspace, never had one. But if you look up anyone they will tell you where they live, relatives, address, phone, and even picture if they do have a facebook. Its a little creepy, but a little.

Matt   May 18th, 2010 8:35 am ET

i also found videos of my brother...seriously...this is horrible. I can't believe that's allowed. 35 bucks to get a full background check, addresses phone numbers public records. this is all wrong.

Nicholas   May 18th, 2010 9:05 am ET

OH NO! people quitting facebook! its blasphemy, who could destroy their precious farms and delete their friends...the world is going to end...this is a sure sign of the apocalypse....oh no the mayans were people are retarded...and this isn't news but at least I smiled...

Matt   May 18th, 2010 9:32 am ET

Wow, all the haters..

I thought about quitting fb for the past few weeks cause i'm tired of trying to keep my info and posts from being on the web. Yes, FB is a service, to which i agreed to use, but like with all things, when you disagree with it, you stop using it. So, I stop using it. There is more to the web then flash based games, and stupid groups...

Sonia   May 18th, 2010 9:56 am ET


I call it Fakebook.

Citizen   May 18th, 2010 9:56 am ET

People post pictures and various information because when social networking first hit the web, you could easily set everything to be viewed only by your friends. Now companies are making it more difficult to only share with your friends, and, for example, if I "like" a band on facebook, as of last week, they're now automatically my friend in my news feed. So anyone that's friends with that band now has potential access to view my personal information if I haven't updated my privacy settings. I know you old timers think "just don't post it on the web" – well up until now, it wasn't really an issue. "Just quit facebook" doesn't work either. If you quit and try to re-join a month later, all your information is still there. Who knows what facebook can/will do with this information even after you've deleted your profile.

sweety pie   May 18th, 2010 9:57 am ET

Too late u guys – everyboody knows all about u. Quit if u want to, but I tell u, you will miss it lol!!!! What will u do then?

at   May 18th, 2010 10:13 am ET

I love to hate FB

at   May 18th, 2010 10:14 am ET

at   May 18th, 2010 10:16 am ET

I love CNN

G-Man   May 18th, 2010 10:19 am ET

Here's an idea – log off of Facebook, close your browser, turn off your computer, and spend some quality time with your real friends (instead of your 500 Facebook 'friends').

at   May 18th, 2010 10:23 am ET

Digitillay clensed – w/o FB

zoddikers   May 18th, 2010 10:41 am ET

What bothers me about FB is their arrogance and distain for their users.
Having to 'opt out' or delete stuff after an imposition of changes to function or terms of service is a disservice. One day, hopefully, what they send around will come around.

Me, Philadelphia, PA   May 18th, 2010 11:16 am ET

The people who are quitting Facebook over these supposed "privacy" concerns are complete morons. I mean, it took me less than 2 minutes to do the privacy settings and if you can't figure out how to do them, you can't be all that intelligent a person. Jeez, you wanna guard your privacy? All you have to do is set everything to 'friends only' and don't accept friend requests from people you don't know! I see people on Facebook with 800 'friends' and out of all 800, maybe they know 6 personally. So simple, for God's sake!

Andrew   May 18th, 2010 11:51 am ET

I should say I'm shocked... but I'm not. People, in general, are dumb.

Facebook should not randomly change privacy policies.

And you know what, we ALL have an expectation of privacy on the Internet.

Should all of our banking or personal credit info be public information? That's on the Internet! Should we expect it to be out there, and be okay with it? Because... that's the logic I'm picking up.

Tuggy   May 18th, 2010 12:10 pm ET

I have never trusted Facebook to protect my privacy. I have never used my real name on Facebook, or my real birthday. My friends and family know who I am, and they are the only ones who need to know.

PalinSucks   May 18th, 2010 12:14 pm ET

Not that many people joined their "quitting club". Maybe they should use Facebook to mobilize more people, hehehe!

Shamus   May 18th, 2010 12:17 pm ET

Those people are really sensitive. I don't see the point, I don't post information that I don't want people to see in the first place. It's a site mean't for people to see you. But hey, if less people are on the internet speed goes up.

Mary   May 18th, 2010 12:31 pm ET

If you go to your account, you can turn off the permission to grant access to other sites. I did and have had no further problems with spam from them.

Laurie   May 18th, 2010 12:39 pm ET

I thought about quitting Facebook too and I even inquired how to really delete my account. Meantime, I decided that I liked the connections that I've made with old friends, co-workers, etc., so I decided to become a smarter user. I've deleted all of my pictures (except profile), deleted all of the posts to my wall and all of the tags on pictures that had my name on them. I was always careful not to post anything revealing about my personal life and will continue to carry on in this manner until something really bad happens. Then, I'll drop Facebook like a hot potato.

vanssea Brown   May 18th, 2010 12:56 pm ET

wowwwwwww hiii momo

Homer Rajotte   May 18th, 2010 1:13 pm ET

Why wait? Quit now!

kat   May 18th, 2010 1:49 pm ET

2700 users quitting facebook vs. over 400 million users. This is like an ant trying to battle an elephant.

BILL COLLECTOR   May 18th, 2010 1:58 pm ET


Kalif   May 18th, 2010 2:04 pm ET

I'm deleting mine, I don't think people need to know everything that I'm doing. If I don't tell you personally, FB shouldn't tell you either. I've tried the privacy settings, but FB still manages to gets around that. So, I won't be seeing ya on Facebook after Monday. Google makes things bad enough as it is... Stalkers and miscreants are having a field day with this information.

Kara   May 18th, 2010 2:25 pm ET

It is not "quit facebook day." It is Memorial Day.

Get over yourself. Nobody cares.

HAHA   May 18th, 2010 2:35 pm ET

the funny part about this is that 2000+ people recommended this article USING the facebook 'recommend' button on this page. too funny.

bozz85   May 18th, 2010 2:38 pm ET

I already quit facebook

Mandee   May 18th, 2010 2:48 pm ET

The world wide web. Does this mean nothing to people? Facebook is public. Even if privacy policies have changed, does it change the fact that you're posted something on the internet and that anyone can see that or tell anyone about it? So really, why are you griping over something you probably shouldn't have put on the internet in the first place??

Tim   May 18th, 2010 2:55 pm ET

Tim Tebow sucks! That is all.

bailoutsos   May 18th, 2010 2:57 pm ET

5,165 committed as of today. So, Zukerberg will only be able to sell FaceBook for $40 Billion.

CurtisTheGeek   May 18th, 2010 3:20 pm ET

Wow, I just yawned so hard that I nearly broke my jaw.

Damithn   May 18th, 2010 3:21 pm ET


Graeme   May 18th, 2010 3:44 pm ET

That's what happens when you add personal info to a 'sharing' website. They are a company after all and out to make a profit (a big one at that). People tend to treat these websites (Bebo, MySpace as well) as their own personal space where they're immune to the intrusions from the rest of the world. In reality, they're just passing all manner of personal into to whomever wants to disseminate and use it for their own ends/means.

Arje   May 18th, 2010 3:59 pm ET

What the Hell...Who actually cares. It's still a personal choice. Why don't people like to take personal responsibility for the decision they CHOOSE to make. You don't have to use the site. There are so many other networking sites out there. I think we have lost focus on the things that are really important...Like the state of the economy..The fact that we are still in a war and soldiers are dying everyday. That our graduating college students are flipping burgers because they can't find jobs. Who Cares about facebook privacy stipulations

John   May 18th, 2010 5:09 pm ET


John   May 18th, 2010 9:32 pm ET

This isn't good for whoever owns this site, could be a bad few weeks for them..

check out my new site if u have time too🙂

paul   May 18th, 2010 9:52 pm ET

There is now an alternative to Facebook!

Check out

It has unprecedented privacy options and settings and they are all one click from users home page.

Bethany   May 19th, 2010 6:27 pm ET

The people on here who are saying you don't have to post anything "juicy" if you don't want to are pretty ignorant and naive...

Point no. 1 - I don't consider a photo of my 3-year-old playing with his lawnmower to be "juicy." What if I want to post that for my mother-in-law 7 states away to see it? Now, she and who knows how many pedophiles can not only see it, but thanks to the Facebook/Shutterfly collaboration can also print it out without my knowledge.

Point no. 2 - Facebook has been quietly rolling out changes to their security setup, and then setting them to "Allow" BY DEFAULT - without telling anyone. That is sneaky, underhanded, and positively REEKS of trying to get something by the masses to gather and use more data - again, without you knowledge.

Ossama Habib   May 21st, 2010 7:29 pm ET

i will not delete my facebook even though i am forced to if so i would make a new one if they delete the webstie than that is so messed up

G19   May 25th, 2010 4:31 pm ET

All, the issue is one of privacy and choice and the way in which FB is acting is denying me and other users of those. No matter that the site is free, that does not and should not ever give them or any other company the right to misuse that information for the benefit of advertisers.

To those who say you have a right not to join FB yes, but if you are already there and they change the terms of the privacy agreement and use of data etc then that is altogether different.

I dare say in years to come many of the current crop of avid users will come to be embarassed by some of the content they have already uploaded. Further it may come to pass through relaxed privacy settings that you are embarassed by something other than a drunk night out, but you'll have no recourse and no way to remove the information...

FB Is potentially the most dangerous application we have ever seen and a far more powerful weapon than any WMD!!!


Rodney Stenborg   May 31st, 2010 12:38 pm ET

I believe everyone should leave Facebook. There are other networking companies one can use ie. Twitter, Myspace, YouTube etc.

Craig Portwood   May 31st, 2010 3:48 pm ET

I quit today. I am going to take up smoking instead. It consumes less personal time and it's healthier for you.

Gloria   May 31st, 2010 10:27 pm ET

What does being Mexican have to do w/anything Bushpig? It's a wonder a brain is sending the signals to your fingertips to type such a racial slur when the subject is "Quitting FB". Head on Einstein, I can't wait to see what your comeback is like, HA, HA, HA!

Christie   November 11th, 2010 10:42 pm ET

If they were committed to quitting, then they wouldn't have a future date set.. they would have already quit.

privacy...   January 8th, 2011 6:49 pm ET

we don't have a right to privacy anymore, not since 2002...
try deleting a social page that was set to private, and than search for it and find it in google's nice little cache.

wesley ray   January 22nd, 2011 2:59 am ET

tired being on facebook.

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Are you a gadgethead? Do you spend hours a day online? Or are you just curious about how technology impacts your life? In this digital age, it's increasingly important to be fluent, or at least familiar, with the big tech trends. From gadgets to Google, smartphones to social media, this blog will help keep you informed.

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