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Trolls may benefit from a dislike button. That’s all. Don’t. Push. The Like. Button.

14 DEC 2014 // blog / transparency
How do I Like a post telling about a brute incident? That’s a question I ask myself now and then: do I ‘like’ the person who is posting, the action to bring the story to the public – or the brutality the story describes? I may be confused over the community consensus, simply because of the dilemma. Wouldn’t a dislike button be nice, such as Zuckerberg says that facebook is considering to implement?
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