FaceBorg removes fig leaf of democratic governance...
... exposes giant corporate dick. From the PDF of the "red line" of proposed changes, which due to PDF's massive proprietary suckitude, I can neither link to nor even copy, but must type in, with
strikethrough for deletion, and underline for insertion:
Opportunity to comment
Unless we make a change for legal or administrative reasons, or to correct an inaccurate statement, we will give you seven (7) days to provide is with comments on the change. After the comment period, if we adopt any changes, we will provide notice (for example, on the Facebook Site Governance Page or in this policy) of the effective date.
if we receive more than 7000 comments concerning a particular change, we will put the change up for a vote. The vote will be binding on us if more than 30% of all active registered users as of the date of the notice vote.
Wow, who knew. Corporations aren't about democracy.
As DCBlogger comments:
Facebook just sent out a notice on policy changes the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Don't know what it says, but it must be pretty bad to send out today.
NOTE Below I have attached the PDF so you can see for yourself. Downloaded from here, although as usual FB's URLs are sloppy and unstable and useless. Here's the page that gave that link; here's the site governance page.