How Facebook would "Like" to broaden its reach

04/19/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Facebook is poised to introduce a new "Like" button for third-party websites, a bid to broaden its reach beyond its own home page. The button will be similar to current "Share" buttons, but it will allow Facebook to maintain lasting records of people's browsing habits and to supply that information to third-party publishers.

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