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Facebook Tests ‘Downvote’ Button, But Denies That Means ‘Dislike’

You may soon be able to downvote something you dislike on Facebook. But there’s no actual “dislike” button in the works, according to the social media giant. A small number of users are test subjects for Facebook’s longest-running request, a way to signal that you do not approve of something.  The test is running on public pages and provides an option to users to hide any post and report it as offensive, misleading or off-topic.
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