When the company recently amended its policy, users were concerned that the social network could legally own the content they shared among friends on the Web site. The company adamantly denied that claim.
So, what that means for you is that if you upload content on Facebook and later decide that you don't want it there anymore, you can get it back. It is not the property of Facebook to be kept there for all of eternity.
Facebook's Chief Privacy Officer Chris Kelly told CNN that the company hadn't tried to change its policy, they were trying to clarify.
"Because of the lack of clarity and confusion that resulted, we wanted to be very, very clear with users about how important their trust is to us and roll back to the old version of the terms of service which we did last night."
Will you continue to use the service?