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Facebook's Latest Great Leap Forward Part Of A Proud Corporate Tradition

It seems like Facebook makes changes every few months and doesn't respond to consumer complaints.

By now, many of us have seen Facebook's latest round of changes. My morning commute was compromised on Wednesday because I couldn't access my usual traffic reports on my Facebook page.

After some research, I found some ways to get rid of a few features that were making me crazy like the real-time ticker. Yesterday, my colleague Dana Farrington shared her thoughts about Facebook's changes and some of these helpful hints.

The changes (and my frustration) prompted a discussion around my desk at work about what other companies have forced unwanted changes on the public.

What happens when companies make changes that consumers don't want, didn't ask for and want things changed back?

Click on the slideshow to see who were the biggest offenders and what companies bowed to public pressure.