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.
For example, with some internet companies like social networks you are the product, so it's not obvious how to "vote with your wallet." (As opposed to a non-internet company like Samsung: if the phone explodes, you might buy an iPhone.)
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 quitting/boycotting (though still a powerful protest choice, it is oftentimes untenable). So why is quitting difficult?
Primarily because the problem this site tries to address is how to protest. I can't pretend to ever do justice the reasons you may want to protest, and journalists already do a great job cataloging many of those points. And, just like a librarian doesn't tell you what to read, I don't feel it's the site's place to tell you why to protest.
Save the URL of your final plan; you could even bookmark it!
The protest score, found when building a protest plan, is a rough approximation of your plan's effectiveness in protesting the social network you selected.
Any such attempt to quantify protesting will have shortcomings, but if I know anything, it's that netizens love internet points.
Short answer: No.
That said, just because this site respects your privacy, others may not. Be wary of your ISP, browser vendor, and any sites you may share protest links on, as you can rest assured most online sites remember and care about what you share.
Just as a good librarian doesn't care what patrons read, this site tries to respect your protesting privacy.
Unfortunately, I'm concerned (ever so mildly) that one of the companies I've listed as a subject of protest on this site will try some legal shenanigans to pry the name away from me. I'm selling stuff under this name online and offline, if you're interested in buying some of said stuff, let me know via the feedback link in the footer.