In order to remain one of the leaders of social networking, Facebook is looking to implement a few changes in how it does business. The first being, possibly removing users’ rights to vote on policy issues. It is also looking into sharing users’ data among business affiliates and its recent acquisition, Instagram, in order to provide a more personalized experience. Lastly, the social network site wants to remove its current setting “who can send you Facebook messages,” and allow anyone to send messages but permit users to filter what incoming messages they receive. Opponents argue these changes could result in privacy violation, increase in identity theft, and spamming. [Source Reuters]