So-called St. Anthony’s chains have been circulating for years, a type of spam activity that social media users see firsthand. These days, that was the “new rule of” phantom Facebook social networking siteAbout the photos you post on the platform and your photos aggregate, a Trick Evergreen that returns periodically but this time with the Facebook/Meta variant.
For those in a hurry
- There is no new rule like the one reported in the Facebook post.
- A similar text was already circulated in 2019.
- The original version has been circulating since 2012, translated from an English language publication. Already at that time it was a hoax.
here you are Text Common these days:
Tomorrow begins the new Facebook/Meta rule where your photos can be used. Don’t forget that the deadline is today!!! It can be used in litigation against you. Everything you post today – including messages, will be published. It doesn’t cost you more than just copy and paste. It is better to prevent legal entanglements in advance than legal entanglements and excuses later.
“I do not authorize Facebook/Meta or any of the Facebook/Meta related organizations to use my photos, information, messages or postings, either in the past or in the future. With this press release, I have informed on Facebook/Meta that copying or notification of or take any other action by me based on this profile and/or its contents The contents of this profile are private and confidential information Violation of privacy can be punished by law: Facebook / Meta is now a public institution.
2019 version (translated from 2012)
There are no such rules. Also, the text is literally similar to Job Already traded in 2019:
The text is nothing more than a translation of an English-language publication published many years ago, as I mentioned article From marshallable on June 5, 2012.
To check the news related to Facebook, as well as any changes to the platform, we suggest that you read newsroom official (World Health Organization).
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