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Fake Facebook Privacy Messages and other legends and rumors

In the late 90s, a new but virulent type of email chain was common.  This was the  Foiled Abduction” claim that swept through email inboxes.   1,234 more words

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Quitting Social Media, beginning with Facebook

Towards the end of 2014, I quit Facebook. For me, this was no big feat as I had spent a significant amount of time learning about how the company utilises & profiteers from their user’s personal information and experienced how socially isolating rigorously maintaining a social media profile can be. 451 more words

In Response To The Posting Of Facebook Copyright/Privacy Notices

I thought this was likely a hoax, but why not share just in case?

Due to the fact that God has chosen to implement creation including death, I state: at this date of January 8, 2015, in response to the acts of God, pursuant to articles L.111, 112 and 113 of the code of living existence, I declare that my rights to continued living existence are attached to all my person, body, mind, etc.

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The Real Way To Stop Facebook From Using/Selling Your Photos And Information

The hoax that swept through Facebook yesterday was both comical and annoying. What I noticed about those who were copy & pasting the “disclaimer” is that they were all over 35 years of age. 197 more words

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Facebook Privacy Hoax - January 2015

I noticed yesterday my Facebook timeline starting to fill up with people posting a status telling people that as of this very day, Facebook was not entitled to use their photos in any form of marketing or advertising and they were their photos. 328 more words

Social Media

Facebook Privacy Message A Hoax

You’ve no doubt logged into Facebook to see your newsfeed littered with posts similar to this one: “In response to the new Facebook guidelines, I hereby declare that my copyright is attached to all of my personal details, illustrations, comics, paintings, professional photos and videos, etc. 257 more words

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