Facebook Flags 'Copyright' Message as Hoax

Social networking site says users don't have to take steps to retain ownership of their content.
0:24 | 11/26/12

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May have seen as a hoax about privacy on FaceBook has actually gone viral -- -- social networking site the hoax surfaced after recent email from FaceBook updating its privacy policy. In response a lot of users are posting and sharing a statement that. They think will protect their postings under cooperate laws. But the truth says anyone who signs up for a FaceBook account agrees to privacy terms set by FaceBook. Users do not get to create their own.

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