Facebook has finally taken the plunge into location-sharing with its Places feature, so what do we think of it?
Well, users can now "report" a place page that they believe violates Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, but Facebook does not say how quickly place pages will be reviewed or what the criteria for removal might be.
In addition, official representatives of a business will be able to claim their place pages using the same verification system in place for fan pages.
We hope that Facebook has a plan and doesn't intend to do this kind of place maintenance by the seat of its pants. Otherwise, the Places feature could get messy in its first iteration – we're imagining check-ins from anywhere from the home of a teenager and her unsuspecting parents to 'the internets' and 'right here, right now.