If you're on Facebook, chances are over the past few weeks that you've had a friend post one of those "legal binding" notices or some such rigamarole, stating that they have legal rights to their posts, as if this will prevent Facebook from learning everything about everyone on the planet.
It's easy to cut and paste the status update, rather than read through the actual Terms of Service. If it makes everyone feel better, feel free to copy/paste to your heart's content, but know that it doesn't serve any purpose other than to annoy people on their NewsFeed.
Anyway, the folks at CollegeHumor have this amusing video talking about this issue:
Feel free to share this video and post with any friends who might be tempted to post something about their "rights".
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