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The year is 2021. The world is a very different place. The #deleteFacebook campaign of 2018 changed the way humanity communicates, the way people relate to each other, the very way we think about life itself.
As the groundswell of public opinion grew into an irresistible wave, governments around the world had no choice but to respond.
It was determined the Cambridge Analytica scandal was an unforgivable breach of privacy and a savage blow against freedom itself, despite nobody being able to explain what had actually happened.
Authorities moved swiftly to ban Facebook and exile Mark Zuckerberg to the Kamchatka Peninsula, where he now works as a crab farmer. Finally, the world's data, and the privacy of millions, was safe.
But since the abolition of Facebook, we have faced a few problems, to which we have had to find increasingly creative solutions.
the early days, there was a sense of disorientation, as we struggled to
figure out how to navigate the world without the assistance of a global