Facebook released revised changes to their terms-of-use statement on Friday, after users had a chance to read and comment on the original proposals earlier. The social network giant is attempting to quell privacy concerns as it moves forward with its initial public offering.
A full review of the proposed changes and explanations is available in a blog post here.
In papers filed ahead of the company going public, privacy concerns hung over Facebook as a rare threat to success. The company admitted that extended concerns could drive away users.
But Facebook was quick to point out that “unlike other internet companies”, they solicited public comments on policy changes before enacting them. The dig was a thinly veiled shot at Google, which caused a public uproar when they announced involuntary changes to they data use policy recently.
What do you think? Is Facebook really concerned about your privacy?