Facebook is our new God. It’s omnipresent (except when you don’t have service) and controls our lives, albeit somewhat silently. We fear it and for our reputations, lest some embarrassing pictures get tagged or dirty laundry aired out on Facebook’s very public walls. More than that, it’s super mysterious and works in mystical, unknown ways. To be fair, our limited knowledge about Facebook’s rules and regulations is mostly our fault — who wants to read eighty pages of superfluous, legal-jargon riddled small print? Most of us don’t, and therefore skip it… allowing Facebook to impede on our lives in ways we would normally find shocking and appalling. Here are the five most important points in Facebook’s TOS and why you should care about them, but probably won’t. Not enough to delete your precious little profile, anyway.
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