Vote ends on Facebook privacy changes, for good

Apathetic users mean vote falls far short of forcing Facebook to keep old rules

By , Computerworld |  Unified Communications, Facebook, privacy

"If the same principle was applied to the United States, it would mean that 2,100 hotheads could force a nationwide vote on whatever issue has them all hot and bothered," he said.

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