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Facebook Hoax: Privacy Warning No Truer Now Than It Was Last Time

If you’ve been on Facebook for any length of time, you’ve undoubtedly come across at least one almost-believable warning in your news feed. No matter how many times panicked claims such as “Facebook to start charging subscription fees” and earnest posters promising that Mark Zuckerberg will pay millions to random users who copy, paste, and... Read more » Facebook Hoax: Privacy Warning N
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