Facebook.com just recently announced its improved systems that aims to filter suspicious 'LIKES' on all facebook pages.
Youtube, the largest online video sharing site has a like and dislike feature and also Facebook's old friend Yahoo has like and dislike buttons available for user comments. Early this year, Facebook said that it would launch the most anticipated social network users' request to have DISLIKE buttons but up until now why Facebook doesn't have this feature?
Could this be due to large spambot vulnerability exploit in facebook site?
If you are going to search the web, there are websites offering 'facebook like' services. If you have a credit card then you can try it. It ranges from $5USD to hundreds of dollars. The amount varies to the number of 'likes' you want to have on your account.
I guess this is the major reason why facebook doesn't have a dislike button. Come to think of this. If a large company saw its major competitor's corporate page in facebook then hired the dislike services (which can be done opposite to the 'facebook like' services) and paid hundreds to thousands of dollars just to bring down the credibility of their competitor's page by flooding thousands of dislikes, Is it not a big disaster for the other company?
I believe that Mark Zuckberg, who is happily married to Priscilla Chan, has known these issues long time ago. While waiting for the solution to sweep and eliminate these fake facebook likes he opted not to introduce the dislike button to avoid further issues among its users specially corporate pages.
Given that the new improved 'Facebook like' filtering systems would be a success, will Facebook launch the 'DISLIKE' button?
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