A new Facebook hoax has resurfaced called the “Better safe than sorry’ post. The aim is to copy and paste the message to avoid losing your Facebook intellectual property.
This is clearly a hoax and it is fooling people, we here at OSM checked our personal Facebook Home feed and saw the post on majority of our friends timeline – you were fooled friends oh dear.
In a Nutshell
Facebook do not need any sort of approvals, as soon as you sign-up and login to Facebook you are agreeing to the terms and conditions – you have already given them approval. Facebook can now share, distribute and of your material based on your privacy settings.
The Facebook last updated its ‘Privacy Basics‘ November 2014, they also updated its ‘Statement of Rights and Responsibilities’ on 15 November 2013. Users can if they please control how their information is shared, this can be done using the privacy and application settings.
Did you copy and paste the Facebook better safe than sorry post?