Twitter Will Take Kanye's Advice & Remove "Like" Button

Twitter and different social networks have at all times confronted robust decisions in the case of who and what to censor, whereas nonetheless selling free speech and wholesome debate on their web site. After intense deliberation about methods to enhance debate, the Telegraph experiences that Twitter has determined to take away the “like” button. As for when, it is going to apparently occur “quickly.” In a sometimes canny assertion Twitter neither confirmed nor denied if they might take away the button:

In different phrases, sure, they are going to be eradicating it, a lot to the enjoyment one their most prolific and controversial customers, Kanye West, who tweeted about this very difficulty in September:

Kanye even had a dialog with the top  Jack Dorsey, the top Twitter, about this very difficulty (Dorsey not too long ago mentioned he is “not a fan the heart-shaped button”). Perhaps public opinion will lastly come again behind Mr. West.