Facebook or Facebalk?
Having been a member of the IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals) and seeing the balancing act that companies go through to write a solid one, I can't help but wonder if Facebook will get a free membership out of this so that they can figure it out.
It was also interesting that no one freaked out when AOL and Yahoo changed their privacy policies - although their changes had a lot less potential harm embedded - and I have to wonder why Facebook and not AOL or Yahoo?
Better designed offering?
The ability to instantly share your views with friends of friend's friends
The absurdity of it?
I hope my old friends at the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School keep on teaching law students about this kind of stuff so that students of theirs never write drivel like that policy again.