Facebook Privacy: University Professor Reveals “Post Hoax”

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Horrified by the number of actions of the umpteenth chain of Sant’Antonio, a university professor takes it out on his students who have shared the deception, inviting them to change their “profession”.

You will have seen a appeal on Facebook to protect your privacy and prevent Facebook from using personal information. The text, also accompanied by numbers of laws, is as follows:

Because Facebook has chosen to include software that allows the theft of personal information, I declare the following: Today, November 25, 2014, in response to new Facebook guidelines and articles l. 111, 112 and 113 of the Intellectual Property Code, I declare that my rights are associated with all my personal information, paintings, drawings, photographs, texts, etc … published on my profile. For commercial use of the above, my written consent is required at any time.

Anyone who reads this text can copy and paste it on their Facebook wall. This will allow you to place yourself under copyright protection. I inform Facebook that it is strictly forbidden to disclose, copy, distribute, disseminate or take any other action against me, based on this profile and / or its content. The above measures also apply to employees, students, agents and / or employees, under the direction of Facebook. Confidential information is included in the content of the profile. Violation of my privacy is punishable by law (UCC 1 1 1 1-308-308-308-103 and the Rome Statute). All members can post an announcement of this type or, if they prefer, they can copy and paste this text. If you do not post this statement at least once, you tacitly allow the use of items such as photos, as well as the information contained in updating your profile.

Too bad it’s one royal buffalo, which reappears occasionally (thanks to BUTAC to inform).

The college professor must have noticed too. Guido Saraceni, Graduated in Law and Professor of Legal Informatics at the University of Teramo. And seeing the amount of actions, he communicated to his students, in a not very politically correct way, of sign up for “The Science of Cheese Snacks”, unleashing the irony (and approval) of that part of the Web that had caught on to the hoax.


One more chance to always check the news, before sharing them (at least not to be expelled from the University).