We asked New Yorkers: What’s the first thing you’d dislike on Facebook?

Click “like” if you like something on Facebook; comment if you don’t. But that can be a lot of work. After years of people clamoring that Facebook make some sort of “dislike” button, Mark Zuckerberg announced yesterday that the company is working on some sort of feature like that.

And the Internet, of course, went crazy. So we decided to ask a few New Yorkers what they would dislike on Facebook.


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