Facebook won’t be letting you vote on privacy changes anymore.
There’s probably a good chance you didn’t even know you used to have the right to vote on privacy changes. The last time Facebook brought its privacy changes to a vote, turnout amounted to 342,632 users — or about 0.038% of Facebook’s user-base.
There’s some debate about whether or not Facebook did a good job publicizing this right to vote, but regardless, it seems that users had little, and now will have less effect on the changes Facebook makes to its privacy policies. Removing users from the equation was also a bit of given once the company went public and started having to answer to shareholders.