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On http://stackexchange.com/legal/privacy-policy, there is mention that "If we change this policy, we’ll update this document to keep you in the loop".. Great!

However, I have never liked re-reading changes to policies, trying to pick what was changed. Think it would be great if this page had revision history like the Network's answers so one can see at a glance what change(s) have been made. What does the community think?

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Every privacy policy in the world should have this feature. – jmort253 Jan 7 '13 at 6:18

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