Did any of your friends post that powerless legal notice on their Facebook timeline to protect their copyright and privacy rights? I'm sure you know some that did. You know what I find ironic about that? They are the very same friends posting pictures on their timeline that I would like to be protected from! They think just about every life situation calls for a quick smartphone pic and upload to all social media accounts.
I don't know if the oversharers understand, the few minutes I spend scrolling through my news feed are accompanied with a cup of coffee. I don't want to see how your C-section scar is healing or the 42 staples in your husband's leg.
No to compound fractures. I don't want to see how you severed your finger opening a can of corn. I will pass on the chance to see your tibia sticking through your skin following your fall on the ice. I know your killing time waiting for the ambulance, but please, the visual is not necessary.
I don't want to diagnose your mystery rash or see the contents of your new baby's diaper, nor do I want to see your just delivered placenta. Please spare me the dismembered rodents your cat brought you, parasites in tuna cans, your bloody nose or the gash you're taking your child to the ER for.