Are Like Buttons Evil? The Open Web Reacts To Facebook’s Not-So-Open Graph

Are Like Buttons Evil? The Open Web Reacts To Facebook’s Not-So-Open Graph

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The tech community is still digesting the implications of Facebook’s plans to spread its “Like” buttons everywhere and take over the Web with its so-called Open Graph. The Open Graph is a hugely ambitious project to build social hooks into every Website. It aims to add a layer of...
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Are Like Buttons Evil? The Open Web Reacts To Facebook’s Not-So-Open Graph

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