Every so often, something goes around Facebook that gets everyone concerned about the privacy of their account.
Of course, the simple act of having a Facebook account means that your details, messages, and everything else, isn't exactly private, but that's not what we're talking about here.
You'll see messages saying that your Facebook posts (among other things, including deleted ones) will become public "tomorrow". The posts will say that you have to copy and paste some legal sounding nonsense on your feed, and that Channel 13 News have confirmed the whole thing.
'Better to be safe than sorry' right?
Well, no. This is a hoax that has been doing the rounds for years and you can absolutely ignore it.
This updated version of the 2012 hoax says this:
Basically, it's nonsense.
Facebook aren't planning any such thing and, even if they were, cutting and pasting that garbage from above wouldn't make a blind bit of difference anyway.
Facebook's terms of service is what matters, not some post on your timeline.
Most Facebook users will know this, but for those that don't, save yourself the worry and try sharing something fun in the place of this hoax.