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Mark Zuckerberg sparked a lot of debate and consternation when he recently hinted that a Facebook "dislike button" might finally be on the way, but the likely reality seems much less controversial.
Facebook is currently testing "Reactions," a collection of emoji-like icons that users can choose instead of the traditional "Like" button. It's a potential solution that falls in line with the predictions of many industry experts, who doubted that Facebook would adopt an upvote-downvote approach similar to Reddit.