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Thursday, 22 June 2017

Facebook is hiding LGBT reactions in countries with homophobic laws

Facebook is hiding LGBT reactions in countries with homophobic laws
- One wrote on Facebook’s LGBTQ page: “It kind of feels like Facebook higher-ups are afraid of losing whatever percentage of their user base are hateful bigots so they hide it behind liking this page so that nobody who would get upset will accidentally see it.”
Another wrote: “Not everyone celebrates Halloween, but all the reactions were tweaked to reflect the whimsy of that holiday.
“What I’m seeing here is Facebook is trying to play both sides.

“‘Here’s a rainbow reaction if you’re not homophobic. If you are, no problem!