More Facebook privacy shenanigans

Whenever Facebook decides to change its privacy settings, it never seems to go well for the social networking giant, which invariably faces an avalanche of criticism. Of course, it’s not like users are fleeing the platform en masse or anything either.

Nevertheless, ComputerWorld reports that Facebook is telling its users they will no longer be able to vote on proposed policy changes as “their comments weren’t good enough.” Previously, any substantive policy change that garnered more than 7000 comments was put to a vote, but the company complained this rewarded quantity of comments, rather than quality.

Regulators are already asking for more information on the change.

Click here to readFacebook to revoke users’ right to vote on policy changes

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