We're really over Facebook
So we're logging out.
From allowing white supremacists to plan a violent insurrection to ignoring disinformation for profit, Facebook is doing their worst. So we’re doing the thing that will get Facebook’s attention: logging out.
Take the pledge to log out
Take the pledge to log off Facebook from November 10-13. Just by taking the pledge, you can get Facebook’s attention and show them that we will refuse to engage with their platform until they fix it.
Users make or break Facebook's business model.
Facebook pretends it’s not accountable to anyone, but the truth is this: users make or break Facebook’s business model. Ninety-eight percent of Facebook’s revenue comes from advertising, and Facebook relies on our engagement on its platforms to target ads to us. We can show Facebook that we have power by refusing to engage with their platform, even for a temporary period.