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Topic - Erin Egan
Facebook is updating its data use policy in an attempt to give people more clarity on how the company uses information they share.
While thousands of people have left comments on Facebook's proposed changes, "our original intent was to get high-quality," and not high-quantity comments, said Erin Egan, Facebook's chief privacy officer of policy.
Egan said the company wasn't substantially changing its business practices, but wants to "err on the side of providing too much information."