Well they have put one of them in place anyway. Last December they promised to fix a few issues with Facebook mainly relating to security and privacy The European Union told them that they had to make a variety of changes to make the social network safe for people within Europe and have since been under pressure to make things right again. Facebook promised to make the changes outlined in the audit document.
One of the main issues that was found was Facebooks idea of face recognition when tagging a photo of someone. This feature basically helped users to tag a picture of you when the system picked up that it was you.
Facebook have now turned off this feature for people within Europe and plan to have all the templates deleted by October the 15th. They also have said that they will work with the DCP to ensure that if they want to bring this feature back, that they get the correct permission.
The DCP replied saying that they got a ‘satisfactory response’ from Facebook however they still have to review some other features before they can officially pass the Audit.