It's a big deal. With 180 million registered users, Facebook is more populous than all but 5 countries on the globe. This is like Facebook's new constitution. We wrote about some major problems with the way it was rolled out. Open web thought leader Marc Canter says Facebook is gradually getting to where he'd like to see them be. Stephen Schenck at Obsessable says "It reminds us of the Obama administration's commitment to posting new bills online for comment before the President signs them into law." What do you think?
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If you'd like you can log in with our brand new implementation of Facebook Connect, too. That way your identity will be confirmed without a doubt. For all its faults, that's just one more cool thing about Facebook.
So what do you think about the new Facebook policies and voting?