The catch? This site won't tell you why to protest, you should know why. Everyone may have a different reason, which may change over time, and others may have none at all (in which case they should probably leave)!
1. Because it's not obvious how to protest large social networks, and the main intent for this site is to be informational, so it's a good fit.
2. Social networks impact our lives in huge ways, including:
First: it isn't. That's a myth. The consumer has so many options to protest. This myth should be dispelled, and that's the main thrust of this site.
What is harder than normal is Quiting/Boycotting (though still a powerful protest choice, it is oftentimes untenable). So why is quitting difficult?
Just as a good librarian doesn't care what patrons read, this site tries to respect your protesting privacy.
Click the "View finished" button. Save the URL that it takes you to.
You can also share the URL of the protest plan.