So, that's totally incorrect. Facebook has not threatened to make public the data contained in profiles and no mention has been made to charge for an upgraded privacy setting. Trust us. They're making a killing just doing what they're doing.
And even if they were, please do not believe that a status update will serve as a legally binding request to keep a business away from data that users are voluntarily putting on its servers. That's not how things work.
Luckily, not everyone took it seriously.
The messaging became so widespread that the company itself had to come out and warn users not to believe the hype.
While there may be water on Mars, don't believe everything you read on the internet today. Facebook is free and it...