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Brad Shear, a Washington-area attorney and blogger who is an expert on social media, said the message was “misleading and not true.” He said that when you agree to Facebook’s terms of use you provide Facebook a “non-exclusive, transferable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use any content you post. You do not need to make any declarations about copyright issues since the law already protects you.  The privacy declaration [in this message] is worthless and does not mean anything.”

Facebook Hoax 2015

This isn’t the first time a message like this has popped up on Facebook. A similar message made the rounds in June and a few years ago as well.

Bottom line? Don’t bother copying, pasting, and posting. It was a hoax before and is still a hoax now. (via: WXYZ.com)

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