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From TheJournal.ie Storm Barbara winds so strong they blew a window off Facebook's HQ Dislike

Storm Barbara winds so strong they blew a window off Facebook's HQ

The centre of the storm tracked very close to Ireland yesterday.

From TheJournal.ie The word of 2016? Xenophobia Harsh Words

The word of 2016? Xenophobia

Quite literally. Dictionary.com has announced xenophobia, defined as ‘dislike of people from other countries’, as its word of the year.

From TheJournal.ie Here's nine things you may do that make people instantly dislike you Thumbs Down

Here's nine things you may do that make people instantly dislike you

And being too nice is one of them…

From TheJournal.ie Irish people will be the first to test Facebook's new 'dislike' emojis Facebook

Irish people will be the first to test Facebook's new 'dislike' emojis

Users in both Ireland and Spain will be able to test Reactions, a feature that will accompany the ‘like’ button, starting tomorrow.

Facebook is introducing emoji reaction buttons - and Ireland is first to get them

Wow! Sad! Angry! Six different emotions are being tested.

From TheJournal.ie People are falling for this new Facebook scam - here's how to stay safe Dislike

People are falling for this new Facebook scam - here's how to stay safe

Scammers are using fake dislike buttons to lure users in.

7 uses Irish people have for a Facebook 'dislike' button

Let ‘em know. Let ‘em all know.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook is getting a dislike button Thumbs Down

Facebook is getting a dislike button

FINALLY.

From TheJournal.ie Could the man who defrauded Mark Zuckerberg be in Ireland? Dislike

Could the man who defrauded Mark Zuckerberg be in Ireland?

Paul Ceglia has been on the run for over a week

From TheJournal.ie Facebook accused of giving users a false sense of control Dislike

Facebook accused of giving users a false sense of control

A report commissioned by the Belgian Privacy Commission found that the company’s privacy policy violates European law.

From TheJournal.ie Weird Wide Web: Online vigilantes, a tech founder lashing out and apps to help your sex life Week In Web

Weird Wide Web: Online vigilantes, a tech founder lashing out and apps to help your sex life

All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.

Mark Zuckerberg is actually considering a Facebook 'dislike' button

How might we convince you to follow through on this, Mr Zuckerberg?

From TheJournal.ie Could a dislike button be on the cards for Facebook? Express Yourself

Could a dislike button be on the cards for Facebook?

They’re thinking about it, but it might not come in the form you would expect.

From TheJournal.ie Greece is not happy that one of the Parthenon Marbles was sent in secret to Russia MY MARBLES

Greece is not happy that one of the Parthenon Marbles was sent in secret to Russia

This is the first time in two centuries that any of the contested sculptures has left Britain.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook Like button inventor has explained why there will never be a Dislike one Thumbs Down

Facebook Like button inventor has explained why there will never be a Dislike one

Turns out, disliking something is pretty negative.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook to drag queens: 'Sorry for forcing you to use your real names' Dislike

Facebook to drag queens: 'Sorry for forcing you to use your real names'

“By forcing us to use our ‘real’ names, it opens the door to abuse and violence.”

Facebook users try to see friends naked, get computer virus instead

More than two million people fell for an elaborate scam.

From TheJournal.ie Turkish PM threatens to pull the plug on YouTube and Facebook Dislike

Turkish PM threatens to pull the plug on YouTube and Facebook

In a TV interview, Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to ban the sites after a raft of online leaks added to a growing corruption scandal.

5 Facebook buttons we need immediately

The Sympathise button is old news. Here’s what Facebook REALLY needs.

Wife refuses to take back cheating husband despite his 15k Facebook 'likes'

All that effort. And for what?

Things Taylor Swift doesn't like

Illustrated by GIFs.

The 7 people who are driving you away from Facebook

You went to the gym. We get it.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook testing system where users pay to contact celebrities: report Networking

Facebook testing system where users pay to contact celebrities: report

It’s said that users could be charged up to €12.60 to send direct messages to the inbox of high-profile users.

From TheJournal.ie Business Insider spoke to someone who bought $100m in Facebook shares on Friday. He was angry. Facebook

Business Insider spoke to someone who bought $100m in Facebook shares on Friday. He was angry.

“This should have been a blockbuster. This should have traded to $60 or $70.”

From TheJournal.ie Facebook shares nosedive in early trading on NASDAQ Dislike

Facebook shares nosedive in early trading on NASDAQ

Shares in the much-vaunted social network, led by newlywed Mark Zuckerberg, lost an eighth of their value in 15 minutes.

Like: San Marino restored to Eurovision after removing 'Facebook' from song Eurotrash This post contains videos

Like: San Marino restored to Eurovision after removing 'Facebook' from song

Valentina Monetta’s song ‘Facebook, Uh, Oh, Oh’ had been kicked out of the competition for trademark violation.

FACEBOOK USERS ARE being warned about a scam offering a “dislike” button to be added to their account, BBC reports.

Users are tricked into allowing another application access to their profile page. That application then posts spam messages.

No dislike button is actually added to the user’s Facebook page, but a message and link to the app come up on the user’s status.

Users are also lured into filling out a survey which the people behind the scam are being paid for.

Facebook said it has processes in place to quickly remove rogue applications and urged users to get in touch with them if they see anything suspicious on their page.