Gay Marriage

How The Equality Symbol Spread Through Facebook

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On March 26, several people all over Facebook changed their profile photos to red and light-shaded equality signs in support of the Human Rights Campaign and same-sex marriage. While Facebook couldn’t track specifically the numbers of those who changed their profile pictures to this image, the site’s data science team tracked how many users changed their profile photos that day — an increase of 120 percent.

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Did Chick-Fil-A Create The Facebook Profile Of Abby Farle?

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Not long after Atlanta-based fast food restaurant Chick-Fil-A was grilled on Facebook for its stance on gay marriage, the company is under fire again for its use of the social network. Various outlets reported that Chick-Fil-A opened a Facebook account as a teenage girl named Abby Farle as a way to argue claims in a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page, but a Chick-Fil-A spokeswoman told AllFacebook that this is false.

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