"How come kids are NOT allowed to recite the Pledge of Allegiance at school every day? LIKE if you're against this crazy policy!"
"As much as I enjoy sharing my life and photos on this website, I hereby for all time abjure the right of any second-party organization to reproduce, share, copy, publish, print, or even look at my photographs, especially the ones showing Aunt Audree with her prize-winning deviled eggs at the State Fair. Failure to heed this prohibition shall result in fine or imprisonment or both."
And, all these copy-and-repeat memes asking people to demand that members of Congress start earning the same salary as a first-year teacher in an urban setting, or that one that starts every few months and says "I'll quit Facebook when they start charging $4.95 a month starting in August."
Friends and neighbors, the people at Facebook are so busy counting their money from advertising revenue that they couldn't care less about a picture of a manger scene. And they don't need this "$4.95 a month charge" to stay on the profitable path. In fact, the people who own Facebook stock light cigars with hundred-dollar bills and have diamonds on the tips of their shoelaces.
This cut-and-paste about privacy rights is a myth, albeit an oft-repeated one. Kids still say the Pledge of Allegiance. Congress is not about to take a pay cut.