Nothing to see here, just another hoax.
By Alexei Oreskovic Facebook said "satirical" content, such as news stories "intended to be humorous, or content that is
University of Wyoming student Meg Lanker-Simons was outraged earlier this month when an anonymous user on the Facebook page
There's no easy way for us to say this, so we just will: That Taylor Swift and Harry Styles sex tape link that's been all
The post goes on to propose a 28th Amendment to the Constitution: Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens
I snapped a photo and spent 15 minutes moving the numbers on the Powerball ticket to look like winning numbers. Eighteen hours after posting, it was up to 400,000 shares. There aren't many good things that can come from a hoax, but hopefully I can turn this one into a positive.
For those of you who haven't already figured it out yet: No, you can't copyright your Facebook content simply by posting
But users shouldn't be so quick to post the message to their own Facebook walls: Experts say the chain letter is just another
From the OC Register: View more videos at: http://nbclosangeles.com. The calls and text messages of support began on Sunday
"I was very surprised to find out that a med student was behind the whole thing because of the amount of time that had to
Facebook recently launched a new security wall to block scammers, but many are worried these measures won't stop spam from