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The publication, which consists of a print of a block of text, states that Instagram may use private user information against them. "Everything you posted becomes public from today. Even messages that have been deleted or unauthorized photos," says the post.
Text used legal terms and references to green news channels to fool users. Photo: Playback / Instagram
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The current text suggests that if users share the post and declare that they do not authorize the disclosure of personal data, the new Instagram rule will not apply to them, and the social network will continue to respect the privacy of its members.
US Energy Secretary Rick Perry shared the rumor and then deleted the photo. Photo: Playback / Instagram
Rumors like this have been around on the Internet since 2012, when a very similar warning went viral on Facebook. The message claimed that photos and other private content would become company property unless the user shared the post. In 2016, the chain appeared again on the social network.
Actress Julianne Moore Faded In The Stream Photo: Playback / Instagram
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