Critics fear that the directive will mark the end of the free internet and warn against this type of censorship. The European Parliament has recognised the situation and stated that “the accusation that legitimate content could sometimes be filtered could be justified” and is preparing to allow users to defend themselves against unjustified deletions or blockages. Regarding the whole thing via Facebook change its algorithm to display updates from friends you will see, it`s fake news, and via Forbes it started in response to Facebook`s decision at the end of 2017 to show users more messages from friends and fewer messages from “media companies” influencers and other public sources.” Copying and pasting this spam to see all your friends is not going to “bypass the system,” and more importantly, it will do absolutely nothing to improve the diversity of messages you`ll see. There`s no need to worry that Facebook is using your photos to make T-shirts or whip them up on photo pages. They make about $60 a year for each American or Canadian user; Selling your photos of yourself at Coachella or playing dungeons and dragons wouldn`t even be able to generate that kind of revenue. Facebook users cannot retroactively deny the terms of confidentiality or copyright they have accepted when registering with their accounts, nor can they unilaterally change or oppose the new data or copyright protection conditions introduced by Facebook by simply posting a legal reference contrary to their Facebook walls. If you explain this to a 13-year-old, you will notice that the deal is commercial: the more you and billions of others are connected to Facebook, the more money Facebook makes by selling your personal data and the more powerful it becomes. Too much power, concentrated everywhere – politics, economics, philanthropy – often ends badly. 6. Facebook can also collect information from your devices, including your photos and GPS location.

Let`s start by going to the same base page: No, Facebook doesn`t have any photos. This is not how copyright or real life works. It`s always your photos, not Facebook`s. In fact, it`s a good thing in Facebook`s terms and conditions of use: “You have all the content and information you post on Facebook.” The use of social networks is commonplace in today`s digital age and the average user is probably unserious about the legal consequences of copyright violations in the use of these networks. Due to the nature and widespread use of social networks, it is easy to forget that Facebook is a public space.