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"So in a community of 200MM+, only about a half million are participating in creating the global guiding principles.

Wow. All they had to do was click and vote."

Most people don't care. They consider it a disposable tool and while some folk worry about what happens to their data, I think you'll find a vast majority aren't bothered, and wouldn't worry for more than a minute or two if they woke up tomorrow and found Facebook didn't exist any more.

Facebook doesn't have as great an impact on people's lives as the political system of the country they live in.

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