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by cnn.com

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(CNN) — Facebook unveiled changes to its terms-of-use document on Friday, tweaking earlier drafts in an apparent effort to ease users’ concerns about privacy and how their information is used.

The proposed changes to the networking giant’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities come after the plan was opened up for user comments last month, and just weeks before Facebook is expected to go public in a stock offering some expect could value the company at $100 billion.

Front and center in the announcement was an effort to explain that the way Facebook collects and shares data is not being changed.

“Some of our users and a number of journalists mistook the proposed update to our SRR for changes to the way we collect or use data,” Facebook said in a post on the site. “Our Data Use Policy (which used to be called our privacy policy) governs how we…

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