Facebook Privacy Scam Fools Users

When you post anything to the internet, you lose your privacy. Period.

Screen shot 2015-01-13 at 12.56.42 PMStop what you’re doing; that Facebook post you’re about to copy and paste will not protect your privacy. It has been rumored that if you post a status on your Facebook page, claiming you have copyright over the pictures and content you place online, Facebook will not be able to own your media. The post begins with, “In response to the new Facebook guidelines,” and continues to claim sole authority over the individual’s information, pictures and posts. Slow down, folks. Facebook isn’t out to get you. The truth of the matter is, Facebook doesn’t own any of your content. “We have noticed some statements that suggest otherwise and we wanted to take a moment to remind you of the facts — when you post things like photos to Facebook, we do not own them,” said Facebook spokesperson Andrew Noyes according to ABC. “Under our terms, you grant…TO READ THE REST OF THIS STORY CLICK HERE OR PICK UP A COPY OF THE JANUARY 14, 2015 EDITION OF THE MADISON COUNTY CARRIER

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Savannah Reams

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