It's self explanatory that Facebook doesn't "own" media which is uploaded to that service and they certainly cannot sell it.
Because ANYONE can upload ANYTHING to facebook (and they do!).
If I copy all the photos from APUG and upload them to my Facebook-account, then, according to you guys and that link, Facebook can make money of YOUR work even though you are in no way affiliated with the site or have given your premission for it?
Give me a break....
But hey, let them do it, if that (not likely) is the case, after a while, we can all form a mass-sue action against them and earn trillions because of copyright infringements.
Then we can form another court case, where all the other nations around the world ALSO start suing Facebook for breaking copyright laws in an international scale.
Facebook, at least at the last cross-road, wanted to have their backs free, so behind that change, lay a need to specify that they can copy material, for the purpose of backups and clustering.
They DO sell the information ABOUT the users, indeed, Facebook-users are all a part of "The product", but media, video, sound, photos, are just about always copied from other sources. Besides, they are protected by intellectual property laws in just about any civilized country.
And what is the legal status of changing the terms of usage as they feel like anyway? The usage terms you agree to when you sign up, is suddenly replaced by "we were only kidding, these are the new rules"
Imagine what would happen if youtube suddenly said that all the material on there was their property and that they could sell it as they saw fit...not very likely.