Update - Since the livestream is over, I have updated the above video with the dedicated version.
I've embedded the live stream above, but you can also watch and ask questions by going to on.fb.me/fbdctalks and clicking the "Talk to Us" button. If you prefer to comment on the changes rather than just ask questions, pick your language: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Turkish, Korean, and Portuguese.
Facebook Chief Privacy Officer for Policy Erin Egan will be hosting the event. It looks like Facebook spokesperson Andrew Noyes, a former journalist, will be interviewing him. Noyes just posted this in the video's comment section:
I'm about to sit down with Erin Egan, Facebook's Chief Privacy Officer-Policy. Starting at 12p ET, she'll be taking your questions live about our proposed changes to the Data Use Policy. Have a question? Click the "Talk to Us" button by the video viewer.
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