Každý, kdo čte tento text, jej může zkopírovat na svůj profil na FB. Díky tomu budete chráněni autorským zákonem. Touto zprávou informuji Facebook o tom, že šíření, kopírování, využívání mých osobních údajů, nebo jakékoli jiné akce ve vztahu k mému profilu na sociální síti je bez mého svolení zakázáno 6 comments on HOAX ALERT! Facebook 'deadline' on making your content public is fake Steve says: August 22, 2019 at 11:35 pm Same hoax making the rounds on Instagram now too Vážení uživatelé na facebooku, facebook, předpokládejme, že je zavřený, v poslední době se stal velmi přelidněným, bylo mnoho účastníků, kteří si stěžovali, že facebook je velmi pomalý. členové. tuto zprávu pošleme, abychom zjistili, zda jsou účastníci aktivní nebo ne. Pokud jste aktivní, pošlete 25 uživatelům pomocí kopie a zobrazí se vám, že jste. It's too bad this is a hoax and doesn't work. Because Facebook is a f'n joke nowadays. I took a 6 month break from FB back in June and I'm still debating whether or not to go back and even. The new hoax claims that Facebook has changed its algorithms so that your news feed will be limited to only 26 (or, in some versions, 25) friends. The hoax message urges you to reply with a hi.
Facebook Copy-and-Paste Posts Promising to 'Bypass,' 'Reset' Facebook Are Hoax, Scam By William Mansell On 12/31/18 at 12:24 PM EST Facebook copy-and-paste scams are back, as are the fake friend. Hoaxbuster.com. 151 K J'aime. Retrouvez le site complet à l'adresse :www.HoaxBuster.co Facebook said that it was aware of the hoax. We've heard that some people are seeing posts or messages about accounts being cloned on Facebook. It takes the form of a 'chain mail' type of notice.
I saw it for the first time late last week: an acquaintance from college posted something about how she had received a message about a friend receiving a friend request from her from a bogus. Most of us who use Facebook will have seen posts claiming that we can win prizes or get free products or services. A great many of these are scams designed to accumulate likes and shares and - in many cases - trick us into divulging our personal information on dodgy survey and offer websites Call it a hoax, an urban myth or even fake news, but Facebook has not changed its algorithm to limit your news feed to only 26 friends, despite what you may have seen from friends on Facebook Its Check Your Fact division is a Facebook fact-checking partner, giving it the power to flag links on the  Facebook fact-check feud erupts over Trump virus 'hoax' Josh Constine.
A long-running hoax warns readers not to allow contact from a particular person or group because dire consequences will result. The basic form of these hoax warnings is typically drawn from the. One of the popular questions we've been getting recently is why do all those viral posts you see on Facebook ask you to copy and paste something into your status. While not everything you see on Facebook that implores you to copy and paste something on your Facebook timeline is a scam or hoax, it is a popular phrase that you will. Facebook users, beware of this viral friend request hoax. (REUTERS) At first glance, it appears like a friend is trying to warn you about your Facebook account potentially being hacked — but it. A HOAX Facebook post encouraging users to copy and paste a message about protecting their privacy is circulating the social networking site again. The old message is not true but is causing panic.
This hoax takes that fear to a new level and urges participants to sneak into a separate Facebook news feed, accessible only by copying and pasting their message into a new post. The message specifically states that you will be able to bypass Facebook's algorithms and see posts from friends you haven't heard from in years