Once upon a time in eastern Uttar Pradesh, stories of mouth-scratching (Munh-nochwa) were very much discussed. Many types of stories are heard about this, some say that it is a fox-like animal that snatches people’s face in the dark, and somewhere it is said that it runs away after attacking. A lot of fake stories were made about this. After this came the era of internet, people were getting addicted to it that they got WhatsApp, on which there was no limit to send messages. Then what, whatever someone sent, picked it up and immediately pasted it on the other.
‘Forward this message to 10 people otherwise bad will happen to you’, send this message the battery will be charged, sending this message will make the snake bigger. The train of such messages used to be on. Without knowing about it, one used to blindly send it just indiscriminately. Time has changed but if it has not changed, then these fake news will go viral. One such message is being shared a lot on Facebook these days.
On opening Facebook, one or the other post will appear like this,
I (name) do not give Facebook permission to use my photos, my information or my publications, both past and future, of me or where I appear. Subject to this statement, I give my notice that Facebook is strictly prohibited from disclosing, copying, distributing, giving away, selling my information, photos or taking any other action against me based on this profile and/or its content . The contents of this profile are private and confidential information. Breach of confidentiality may be punished by law (UCC 1-308-1 1 308-103 and Rome Statute).
Note: Facebook is now a public organization. All members must post a note like this. If you want, you can copy and paste this version. If you do not publish a statement at least once, you have tacitly given permission to use your photos, as well as the information contained in profile status updates. do not share. You have to copy.
Believing this long and wide message to be true, people started copy-pasting it. When I saw the timeline, the train for this message had already been made. From those doing PhD from WhatsApp University to educated people, everyone was issuing orders to Facebook through this message that beware that you have leaked our information somewhere. By completing this task, people felt as if they had averted a tragedy. If he had done the same thing to know the truth of this viral message, then probably it would not have happened.
If you are really so concerned about privacy then try to know about it without falling in the circle of copy-paste. Don’t know how many such third party apps will be there in your smartphone, without reading the term and condition of which you have shared your information with them.