Social Networking Sites have changed the way privacy policies are viewed online. Traditionally privacy policies are created to provide frameworks of privacy parameters and guidelines for how users information is to be handled by an organization. This allows everyone to understand how to operate within an organization, and users to comprehend the extent of what they share. However, companies that operate online only partially adhere to this rationale when they modify or update their privacy policies without alerting their users. Existing on the Internet, which has no central-governance, allows social networks to create their own philosophies about privacy policies. There is no one authority of the Internet that constantly monitors actions of these companies, leaving them to their own devices. Acknowledging that social networking sites are businesses providing services to end-users and third parties is crucial in determining which group has jurisdiction to take measures regarding their practices.