Bowing to pressure from the European Union, Facebook has agreed to change its terms of service so they are no longer what the bloc had called “misleading.”

“Today Facebook finally shows commitment to more transparency and straightforward language in its terms of use,” Vera Jourová, the European Commissioner for Justice and Consumers, said in a statement on Tuesday, when the announcement was made.

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