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Surprising Things In User Policy of Facebook You Had No Idea You Agreed To

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Remember the day when you signed up on Facebook? You wrote your name, username, email id, date of birth and then clicked ‘sign up’ button without reading the website’s policy. Do you know there are some surprising things in user policy of Facebook? Here are some of them.
1.    Once you signed up, Facebook can use any of your posted photos to hang it on the website’s office headquarters.           OMGKAV1107-12.    Facebook has all the rights to track your location anytime and you cannot complaint. OMGKAV1107-23.    If any of your posted stuff receives 100 or more likes, Facebook can reserve the right to take some of the likes away.OMGKAV1107-34.    Facebook has all the rights to share any information with the Department of Agriculture and nobody has the right to question the website. OMGKAV1107-45.    Facebook is able to share your any kind of information with George Takei. They will not ask you for sharing your information.   OMGKAV1107-56.    If you die in any event, your status will be considered as a handwritten letter. Amazing thing is that the letter is sent to your parents with a kiss from Mark Zuckerberg.

The Facebook Inc. logo is displayed an Apple Inc. iPad Air past water droplets in this arranged photograph in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, Jan. 27, 2014. Facebook Inc. is expected to release earnings data on Jan. 29. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The Facebook Inc. logo is displayed an Apple Inc. iPad Air past water droplets in this arranged photograph in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, Jan. 27, 2014. Facebook Inc. is expected to release earnings data on Jan. 29. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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