Even if you don’t use Facebook and never signed up for an account, you probably know all about Facebook’s questionable privacy tactics. Throughout the past year or so, Facebook has come under a lot of fire where privacy is concerned. Now, Facebook wants to appeal to user requests (and please investors) by allowing current users to vote on future Facebook privacy settings. If this sounds like something you’d be interested in taking part in (and you should if you use the social network), here’s how to exercise your rights as a Facebook user.
Facebook Offers Two Possible Options
Facebook Might be Asking Too Much
In many ways, the current voting method that Facebook will ask the public to take part in is nothing more than a rouse. Facebook reps have told press that the social network will require more than 30% of user participation in order for user votes to be considered. You must be an active member of Facebook in order to vote (meaning: you must have used your Facebook account within the past month or so).