Just received a mail from Facebook, referring to the proposed updates on the way they collect our data and the rules of the Facebook usage. Although I was cautious at first on the vailidity of the mail, as it seems, according to the redirecting links on the Facebook Site Governance Page, it is something that we must all carefully read.
I still haven't read all the documents, but I'm keeping this as a start:
And here's the mail with all the links that you should not ignore:
|We're writing to let you know that we are proposing updates to our Data Use Policy and our Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. These two documents tell you about how we collect and use data, and the rules that apply when you choose to use Facebook. Our goal with these updates is to make our practices more clear.|
|We update these documents from time to time to make sure we keep you posted about the latest things you can do with Facebook. This email describes the key changes we've proposed and directs you to places where you can learn more.|
|What's being updated and why?|
|Both documents have new language to help you better understand:|
|Like always, we won't share the private information that you put on Facebook with advertisers without your permission.|
|What should you do and when will the updates happen?|
|You can review all the updates on our Site Governance page's Documents tab and over the next seven days leave comments on that page to give us feedback. Please take some time to read through everything and let us know what you think. If your comments lead to more updates, we'll post those on the Site Governance page, too.|
|To stay up to date on similar topics, please like our Site Governance and Privacy pages. And, if you want to learn more about how we show you interesting, relevant ads, or how cookies and similar technologies help us do so, please visit ourAds and Cookies pages. We hope you find these resources helpful.|
I was about to write on the way things have changed on the era of Facebook and social networking and the loss of privacy. Coming up the next days with a sad-but-true realization.