In the response to the new Facebook guideline, readme hereby declares that its copyright is attached to all of its personal details, photoshops, bad puns, LOLcat collections, and desperate letters to the Tartan, etc. (as a result of her dumping it like a shallow bitch).
For commercial use of the above readme’s written consent and massive cash royalties are needed at all times.
By the présent communiqué, readmoi notifies le Facelivre that it is strictly forbidden to disclose, copy, distribute, disseminate, or take any other action against it on the basis of this newspaper and/or its contents (especially lawsuits. Can we please take lawsuits off the table?). The aforementioned prohibited actions also apply to employees, minions, mindslaves, and/or any unholy abominations under Facebook’s direction or control. The content of this newspaper is private and confidential information (which is why we distribute it to as many people as humanly possible on a biweekly basis). The violation of readme’s privacy is punished by law, it thinks (at the very least, by bears).
Facebook is now an open capital entity, as opposed to before when it was just an obscenely popular social messaging site with thousands of apps you could pay money to use, we guess. All newspapers are recommended to publish a notice like this, or if you prefer, you may copy and paste this version (editor: not always: “editor: ha, lol, we use pdfs, bitches!”). If you do not publish a statement at least once, you will be tacitly allowing the ghost of Andrew Carnegie to come into your dorm rooms and steal your soul. Remember: SOON.