Recently, many of you posted this
message on your Facebook walls
(message appears), declaring that
by doing so, Facebook has no legal
right to your content. MURPH:
Here's what you're actually
I don't know how laws work.
I think that legal terms are "magic
words" that can force people to do
what I want.
Image: close on the words "communique" and "aforementioned"
I believe that a wall post is a
binding legal contract that can
override a Terms of Service
The agreement I clicked "Yes" to
without reading in 2004.
I make kneejerk decisions based on
Like an animal!
Declaring something on your
Facebook wall doesn't make it true.
Here's some other stuff you could
declare, and have the same impact:
I am Koltrimac, King of
I am exempt from taxation,
alternate side parking, and talking
to my mom's friends.
If you're seeing this, I now own
I get to have two bar mitzvahs."
I am hereby immune to gonorrhea!
If you're a guy and we're hanging
out, we're dating now.
Cats love me as much as I love
Hogwarts is real and I have a shot.
Also, if you're gonna copy and
paste legal terms, take a second
and Google them first.
Or Bing it. You could even Bing
Here's some of the "high-powered
law talk" you pasted into your
status without checking:
The Berne Convention is a
126-year-old Swiss treaty
It has nothing to do with the
The Rome Statute governs the
prosecution of international war
criminals for genocide.
Unless you're posting "ROFL just
gassed 20,000 Canadians" -- this
one does not apply.
And let's talk about the word
"Communiqué" for a second. Just
because a word sounds fancy and
French, that doesn't make it
Here's something that's never
(Oh, it's a communiqué? Case
It's a communiqué everyone!"
Here are some more fancy words that
mean nothing in a court of law.
Vis a vis.
In conclusion, stop being a Dumb
A Gullible Gus.
And an Uninformed Umberto.
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