It looks as if Facebook might finally be getting a "dislike" button—or at least something similar.
看來 Facebook 可能終於要有個「噓」鈕了－－或至少是某個類似的東西。
In a Facebook Q&A Tuesday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company is working on a button for expressing sympathy. Facebook users have been asking for this for years, but Zuckerberg and his team have long held firm that it was not going to happen. They were probably afraid of putting something out there that could be used to express negativity or put down other users—cyberbullying, basically. Facebook also didn't wanna create a system on its site of downvoting and upvoting similar to Reddit.
在星期二的 Facebook 問答中，執行長馬克‧祖克柏表示公司正在研發一個用來表達同情心的按鈕。Facebook 用戶已經要求開發這項功能許多年了，但祖克柏和他的團隊長久以來都堅持這並不會發生。他們也許是擔心放了一個可以用來表達否定，或批判其他用戶的功能在那－－基本上就是擔心網路霸凌。Facebook 也不想要在自己的網站上設計一個類似 Reddit 網站那樣投票支持或反對的系統。
Zuckerberg wants this new button—whatever it's called—to represent sympathy. It could be used in situations where someone lost a relative or is sharing an article about the refugee crisis, where liking the post isn't appropriate. We still don't know the name of the button or when exactly we can expect it, but Zuckerberg says it's "close" to being unveiled.
For Newsy, I'm Connor Hickox.
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