Since I'm on Facebook all the time, it's obviously one of my go-to places to share news with my friends or ask them for help with something. Ever since the social platform rolled out its recommendations feature, I've been seeing my friends use it successfully but I haven't been able to figure out how to activate and utilize it.
New Zealand is a great place. It brought us bungee jumping, Lorde, referee whistles, eggbeaters, and hairpins. And most recently, it brought us a new social media trend where people take off their clothes and pose like a frozen chicken...
A Facebook post claiming to protect users' photos, personal information, and other digital property, has yet again been making the rounds on the social media network. But does sharing it actually work?
The post typically reads:
In response to the new Facebook guidelines, I hereby declare that my copyright is attached to all of my personal details, illustrations, comics, paintings, professional pho