Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held his second public Q&A at his company's headquarters in Menlo Park in California yesterday.
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He also fielded all sorts of other questions though, but one of the most important was this: Will we ever get a "dislike" button?
On this most important matter, Zuck said:
"Everyone feels like they they can just push the Like button, and that's an important way to sympathize or empathize with someone. [But] we need to figure out the right way to do it so it ends up being a force for good, not a force for bad.
We don't have anything that's coming soon but it is an area of discussion."
So we guess a "dislike" button might just be too negative for Facebook. TOO REAL.
But that doesn't mean they might not add a "commiserate" style option for those wishing to express empathy without having to "like" a post about a deceased loved one or something.
That sounds like a good step forward as long as they don't add a million different emoticon style options! LOLz!
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