Real law applies to you et al. at Facebook

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When it comes to the ownership of content posted on Facebook, most users are either misinformed or completely unaware. A few are simply self-deluded.

You might have noticed this recent trend on the mammoth social-networking site — friends posting copyright declarations on their Facebook walls (er, timelines) and requiring their consent for any commercial use of their Facebook content.

Well, friends, here’s a witty presentation of the facts. It’s food for thought on what you post — on Facebook or any other site. Play the video




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