In an about-face following a torrent of online protests, Facebook is backing off a change in its user policies while it figures how best to resolve questions like who controls the information shared on the social-networking site, reports the Associated Press. Facebook, which boasts 175 million users from around the world, had quietly updated its terms of use a few weeks ago. The changes sparked an uproar after the consumer-rights advocacy blog pointed them out Feb. 15 in a post titled "Facebook's New Terms Of Service: 'We Can Do Anything We Want With Your Content. Forever.'" Facebook has since...

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