Alzheimer's group provokes Facebook users with false tags

01/28/2014 | Mashable

Alzheimer Nederland, a Dutch advocacy group, set out to give Facebook users a sampling of what it is like to have the memory-loss disease by tagging them in photos of places they had not been. Accompanying the tagged photos were the words "Confusing, right? You're now experiencing what it's like to have Alzheimer's disease." The group partnered with other organizations on Facebook during December to spread the awareness campaign.

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