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Submitted by gizmig 1014d ago | news

Facebook Asks Users If It Can Abolish Their Right To Vote On Future Site Governance Changes

Techcrunch: Today Facebook will send its largest email blast to date, informing all 1 billion users that it’s proposing to modify the site’s governance structure and remove the ability for users to vote on changes. Currently if proposed changes get over 7,000 comments all users may vote on them, and if over 30 percent vote for or against the changes, their decision is binding. (Facebook, Industry, Web)

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