Newest Facebook Hoax Has Friends Posting Legal Gibberish
There's yet another hoax on Facebook. Don't fall for it.
Your Facebook friends are telling you to post a message on your page in order to protect your privacy.
It says, "Facebook has chosen to involve software that will allow the theft of my personal information ..." blah blah blah.
It's not true. So do not share the hoax, copy/paste the hoax or like the hoax.
Because it's a hoax.
The friends sharing it think they're keeping their data safe. (Video via Facebook)
And that's all any of us want anyway.
This video includes images from Getty Images.
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