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@mrtopf Nice find. :-) Should make things interesting.

It's also interesting that many of the headlines I have seen state that Germany is removing the "like" button when the original press release is just for the state of Schleswig-Holstein, not the whole country. At least that is how I read it. Also, the main focus is the "like" button, but like you state, all websites from said state need to remove fan pages also. And the press release states that all other social media pluggins should be removed. So much for twitter, livefyre, Disquis, Google's +1, the AddThis box, and any other social media box.

Some of this is probably in part to FaceBook’s new Advertising idea, where they want to sell aggregate data on who is surfing where for targeted advertising. In the long run, I wonder if this will change anything?

3 years, 4 months ago on Germany vs. Facebook: Like Button Declared Illegal, Sites Threatened With Fine

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