KwanSeum wrote:1) Privacy (Recent research by an American university found 23 per cent of employers reviewed candidates? profiles on social networking sites. )
Easy, don't put anything up there you don't want others to see. Don't add people as friends if you don't want them to see what's on your profile.
That's not a facebook problem, that's a personal problem.
4) The Bad Impact on Career Life and Personal Life (there are real people out there too)
7) Virus Attacks
Given. Though this doesn't happen to me, because i am discerning about what i click on.
8) Monopoly (Facebook is literally making itself the center of all business advertisements)
Facebook isn't nearly a monopoly (ther are other social networks - they just aren't doing as well), and advertising has nothing to do with whether something is a monopoly or not. They are just now catching up to Google in advertising revenue.
9) Health Concerns (headaches, backaches, eye strain and a long list of other maladies.)
Again, this has nothing to do with facebook, but with your computing habits.
I'm not saying don't leave - I'm just saying the reasons you've quoted have mostly to do with your own behavior and have nothing to do with Facebook. I'm on for about 5 minutes a day, total, maybe, which is basically all the little bits of time I check in on my blackberry (no viruses this way), and logging into the website now and again. It really has to do with your habits. If you think you can't control yourself, then just don't log on or delete your account. I've actually treasured some of the re-connections I've had through there.