As of November 28, Facebook will be able to change its policies with seven days notice to users. No more voting. In the past, voting on changes allowed some users to flood the system and obscure other user’s input. Will the proposed changes offer more transparency or enhance user’s experience?
The Data Use Policy is slowly becoming less opaque but still obscures some collection methods. For example, the Data Use policy does not explain how the Facebook “Like” button on third party sites may collect about our activities on each website we visit after “liking” a site and then share data with affiliates who serve targeted ads elsewhere.
Will the proposed changes affect businesses and marketeers using Facebook for corporate events, product launches and brand communications? While the proposed changes do not seem to affect developer and marketing activity, empowering consumers with privacy settings could curb the digital love.
Everything needed to “understand” Facebook’s new moves is here.
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