Facebook privacy changes, 'entry price' warning post debunked as hoaxes

 Social media users gave two thumbs down to news that a formerly free site would charge and make peoples' posts public. Supposedly, Facebook alerted users in a post of significant upcoming changes. But the Facebook privacy changes and "entry price" warning posts were debunked as hoaxes reported PC Magazine on September 29. The original scam post claimed that Facebook would charge an a $5.99 entry price to maintain a "private" subscription status. It said users must copy and paste a message to their News Feed, posts and deleted messages or all content would become public.  Facebook privacy changes, 'entry price' warning post debunked as hoaxes | Examiner.com

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