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(CNN/CBS) - Here's some news Facebook users may "like."  Users have just under a week to vote on proposed changes to Facebook's policy.  Facebook has created and app for you to do that, click here.

The social networking website proposed revisions to its data use policy and statement of rights and responsibilities on November 21st.  Facebook is using a customized voting app to collect the votes and a third party will tally the results.  Voting ends Monday, December 10th at noon.

"The Daily" is done.  Rupert Murdoch's Newscorp launched the digital-only newspaper less than two years ago.  But due to lack of readers, ''The Daily'' will publish its final issue next Saturday before shutting down.

Mitt Romney may not have gotten the job he wanted when he lost the presidential election, but he's going back to work.  Romney will re-join the board of Marriott international.

He's held the same position with the hotel chain twice before.  Romney's namesake is the company's founder, John Willard Marriott.  Romney's first name is Willard.  His father and Marriott were close friends.

Homeowners facing foreclosure are receiving an early Christmas present.  They won't be evicted from their homes over the holidays.

Mortgage giants, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae will suspend all bank repossessions beginning December 17 and will resume evictions January 2.  Bank of America will also put a halt to foreclosure evictions over the holidays.  JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo and CitiBank have postponed foreclosures during the holidays in the past, but they have not said whether they plan to do so again this year.

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