You probably know that Facebook just opened up its third-ever Site Governance Vote, allowing users to vote on proposed changes to the company's SSR and Data Use policies. Or maybe you have no idea. Maybe you don't care. That's fine, but there are thousands of users that do know and do care - and their votes are as useless as Democratic votes in Mississippi.
Like previous Site Governance votes, Facebook is letting users weigh in on proposed changes to the site's governing documents. The big difference this time is that Facebook is also letting users weigh in on whether or not this should be the last time they get to vote on these types of changes. Facebook wants to get rid of the roughly three-year-old system that allows users to trigger a vote on policy changes with a comment threshold, saying that the site has "outgrown" the system.