Facebook Election Is a Bust: 0.00038% of Users Voted on Privacy Change

The online poll to determine which Facebook policies will be put into place on the social network closed this morning after one week of voting — and a serious lack of user interest.

Out of 900 million users, a mere 342,632 voted on which privacy policy would govern the site.

That’s roughly 1 in every 2,600 users — or 0.00038% of Facebook.

Facebook’s call to action last Friday asked users to read and vote on which Statement of Rights and Responsibilities and Data Use Policy they preferred to use.

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So why did Facebook users not vote for which privacy statement they preferred? Perhaps they didn’t see th… Continue reading…

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