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More details are emerging about Facebook’s plans to develop a Like button for the entire web, and part of that involves moving away from “Become A Fan” for Facebook Pages to “Like”. This message was sent to advertisers via a confidential document (which was subsequently leaked to multiple outlets) and highlights initial rumors of a “Like” button for the entire web.
The pieces are all beginning to come together and as was the case two years ago, it appears that much of the information which will be announced at f8 is leaking out before the event.