If users allow a new data use policy from the social networking giant, they’ll lose the right to vote on governance issues and much more, says Graham Cluley on the Naked Security blog
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Users vote Dec. 10 on whether Facebook should retain its current statement of user rights and data policy, or replace it with a new one proposed by Facebook. In the Naked Security blog, Graham Cluely points out that the likelihood is users will lose their right to vote on Facebook governance policies, and Facebook will be able to pull data from affiliates and partners to create a clearer picture of the user.
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