Yesterday was a dark day. A fake Facebook copyright message claiming to protect users’ media has once again gone viral on the social network. The Facebook hoax originally serviced in 2012. The message claims to put copyright protections on a user’s posts after they share the status update. It’s obviously doesn’t, however people’s newsfeed’s were flooded with the message.
Second thing, the hoax doesn’t even have its facts right. A quick Google search will also show that there’s is no such thing as the Berner Convention. (Whoever originated it probably meant to write the Berne convention, which is an international agreement protecting literary and artistic works). Your Facebook profile is fine. Calm down. Carry on.