Snopes Facebook privacy 2015 explained

You are on Facebook and you see “Privacy Alert Notice” within your News feed, but was you one to copy and paste it onto your timeline? Does it really protect your privacy and data?

Of course it doesn’t, we had already reported yesterday about Facebook better safe than sorry post. No one knows what type of hoax this is, but Snopes explains all and what you should or shouldn’t do.

Snopes Facebook privacy 2015 explained

Snopes Facebook privacy 2015 is explained in detail, it is always best to go to Snopes if you see anything similar to this. If in doubt leave it out is a motto you should stand by. The Facebook post basically says if you copy and paste the message you will be safe from Facebook taking your personal information based on guidelines of Facebook, pursuant to articles L.111, 112 and 113 of the code of intellectual property.

There is now way by copy and pasting any post like this you will be protected under the protection of copyright.

The Snopes article explaining all about the hoax has been shared many times on social media platforms, it was shared on Facebook 1.4 million times, Tweeted 6.3K, 264 on Reddit, 181 on Stumble, 516 times on Tumblr, 638 on Google Plus and has been shared via email 1.9K times.

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