But unless you're a professional editor, lawyer or legislator — you may find Facebook's track-changes draft policy — full of cross-outs and insertions — a bit daunting.
The document is 14 pages long. Proposed changes and deletions are shown in red type. Facebook has added lightbulb icons to indicate sections that are tips for the user. But you'll still have to be an expert in tech lingo to decipher what they're talking about. (Is substituting "hash" for "encrypted" an improvement?)
All the extra explanations are good in theory, but a bit tough to decipher in the draft documents themselves that are posted on Facebook's governance page. To find out more, tune in to today's live chat at 12:00 PM ET/9:00 AM PT and watch for our commentary following the event.