A lot is being said about the 26-page document that Facebook produced in response to the Federal Trade commission’s concerns on privacy. In the last few days since the document surfaced online, opinions from all sides have been weighing in. To some the document is an outright challenge to users privacy while others see it as evidence of the sites involvement with protest in Egypt and Tunisia. Both sides have been covered extensively as this document has been picked over carefully. To privacy advocates, the document shows a sign of defiance as Facebook declared that it would continue to share users addresses and numbers. To supporters, it shows how the social media giant helped facilitate the protest in the middle east by protecting the identity and correspondence of Egyptian activist. Either way, this document continues to cause argument.