Facebook has published new terms of service, giving more details on content removals, ad targeting, and users’ intellectual property rights. According to Facebook, the new terms don’t represent a change in how the platform actually operates, but they are aimed at giving users a clearer picture of the platform. The new terms take effect on July 31st.
Much of the updated language is the result of specific work with European regulators, a Facebook representative told The Verge. “Several of the updates are the result of our work with the European Consumer Protection Cooperation Network [a division of the European Commission],” the representative said. Facebook’s work with the European group was announced in April, and the company agreed to…
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