"The manner in which have incorporated the Heise.de Like Button violates our Platform Policies" Tina Kulow said of Facebook to heise online. Policies in these states:8th You must not use or make derivative use of Facebook icons, or use terms for Facebook features and functionality, if such use could confuse users into thinking that the reference is to Facebook features or functionality.
Loosely translated, one must use one that is only for Facebook icon Facebook features. This is precisely the 2-click solution to the case. The only difference from conventional solutions is that these buttons before transferring any data to an explicit activation Facebook. How exactly violate this privacy-friendly 2-click solution to this paragraph shall is not yet clear. Facebook has also mentioned in our article on the occasion of the Web site of the radio station SWR3 asked to remove their similarly implemented, privacy-friendly 2-click solution.
If it hadn't occurred to you yet that Facebook cares far more about the "Like" buttons that you don't click than about the ones that you do -- there you go.
I had been considering doing this two-click thing solely to speed up my page loads. I find myself somewhat more motivated to do so now. (Though it still sounds like kind of a pain in the butt.)