Em Adespoton writes "Facebook has published a summary of the updates it's proposing to make to its Data Use Policy and Statement of Rights and Responsibilities which shows a large volume of rewriting.
Most of the changes are minimal, but one area has caught people's attention — photo tagging.
Facebook has highlighted how it plans to use members' profile pictures as an identification tool to allow their friends to tag them in photos.
NakedSecurity's Lee Munson has more details, including comments from Facebook's chief privacy officer Erin Egan on why this is a "good thing"."
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