After weathering a storm of protest about a previous change to its terms of service, Facebook users have approved new ones, reports InformationWeek.
It is, after all, allowing members to vote on such things. Digital Trends reports 75 percent of users agreed to the new terms after a week-long vote.
The new language is designed to increase user privacy and control over their information while beefing up their ability to delete accounts and reduce the amount of data exchanged with third parties, such as application developers.
At the same time, according to CNET News, it will open up user infomation to developers when those members approve it.