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Microsoft has updated its Terms of Service further, clarifying the usage of their services and what you can do. It might be one of 2012's only pieces of tech-related legalese not used in a lawsuit.
A class-action lawsuit has beaten Facebook into allowing users to opt out of Sponsored Stories, and could also cause significant financial ramifications for the site as well.