The message below, which claims as of tomorrow everything Facebook users post goes public, or as of tomorrow everything you post goes public, is another fake Facebook privacy notice, policy or copyright declarations update started by pranksters as far back as 2012, to create massive panic on Facebook. Facebook users who have received the notice, policy or declarations are asked to flag them as spam or remove them from their Facebook Walls or Timelines, and should not share by copying and pasting, "liking," or commenting on them. Doing so will only help spread the hoax or misleading information to other Facebook users.
The Fake Facebook Privacy Notice, Policy or Copyright Update Message
This hoax is just one of the many Facebook privacy notices, policy or copyright updates that started as far back as 2012. Click here for more information.
Facebook terms clearly state that Facebook users own all of the content and information they post on Facebook, and they can control how it's shared through your privacy and application settings. Facebook users can visit Privacy Basics to find out more about who sees what they share on Facebook and other topics. They can also read the Data Policy to find out what information Facebook collects and how it is used and shared.
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