Facebook will soon be getting a revamp, as CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced earlier today that the popular social networking site will soon be adding the much-demanded "Dislike" button to their system.
The button will provide users with the option to express empathy during upsetting or sad situations -- the kind where pressing the "Like" button doesn't quite seem appropriate. "Not every good moment is a good moment," explained Zuckerberg. "It's important to give people more options than just like."
However, there are worries about potential misuse, as a "Dislike" option could very well encourage cyberbullying and antagonistic sentiment re: certain brands and products. Because as Mashable brought up earlier this year, a "Sympathy" button may be a better option -- though we suppose only the trolls will tell.