Are you still falling for Facebook hoaxes? I bet the answer is "no" because you've learned what to look for from reading our site.
From a hoax that promised new cars to one hoax about the latest celebrity gossip, it seems that at least hundreds of thousands of people are falling for the same old tricks. Have you seen this most recent hoax?
Just this morning variations of this message have been posted. Like the message says, people seem to believe it's better to be safe than sorry. And the fact that the message says a news station reported on it and it names two laws makes the story appear to be credible.
That's why it's important to do your research before spreading false information. A quick Google search of "UCC 1-308- 1 1 308-103" or "rome statute facebook" leads to several search options explaining the hoax. UCC stands for Uniform Commercial Code, and it has to do with laws about sales and commercial transactions. The Rome Statute is a treaty that sets rules for international crimes. So clearly neither of these things have anything to do with privacy on social media.
So if you see posts like the ones above, just ignore them. Or, you could explain to the person who posted it that it's just another scam so that other people don't fall for the same trick.