Why is Facebook so hard to break up with? Experts say using it can lead to addiction. (Thinkstock)

Why is Facebook so hard to break up with? Experts say using it can lead to addiction. (Thinkstock)

#DeleteFacebook: The mission is a lot harder than the slogan

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