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Facebook to revoke users' right to vote on policy changes

Loek Essers | Nov. 23, 2012
Facebook users will no longer be allowed to vote on proposed policy changes at the company because their comments weren't good enough.

What information Facebook wants to share exactly was not mentioned in the draft.

Facebook also announced that it would roll out new ways of responding to questions and comments about Facebook in which Chief Privacy Officer Erin Egan will answer privacy questions. She will also host regular webcasts to address questions about privacy, safety and security, Facebook said.

Facebook users have a chance to review the proposed changes and comment on them before 9 a.m. Pacific Time on Nov. 28. When the comment period has ended, Egan will respond to the comments in a webcast.


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