However, there’s more to this, as AllFacebook points out:
In order for the vote to stick, “at least 30 percent of active Facebook users” must vote. That means around 60 million people will have to vote in the next week. So what are the odds of 60 million users voting? Pretty low. The largest application on Facebook, LivingSocial, currently has over 21 million monthly active users and it took them one month to get to that point.
So will 60 million users vote? I doubt it, but I can in no way be sure, Facebook is a strange beast indeed. I truly hope they’ll reach the 30% barrier, because this is a lovely thought:
If these new documents are approved, all future changes to the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities will go through the same process of notice and comment, and may be put to a vote if enough people comment.
Will you vote?