Here’s what we’re reading today.
1. Still no ‘dislike’ button, though
“After more than a year in development, Facebook’s expanded Like button “reactions” are now coming to a News Feed near you. For the first time, you’ll be able to react to friends’ posts with something other than a gesture of pure positivity.”
What it’s like to work in Hollywood if you’re not a straight, white man.
+1: Why do we keep giving Asian characters coloured streaks in their hair?
3. Donald Trump won again
“Donald Trump had a great night, easily winning the Nevada GOP caucuses on Tuesday. The 46 per cent of the vote he received is by far the highest share won by Trump, or any other Republican, in any state so far. Marco Rubio placed a distant second, with 24 percent of the vote, and Ted Cruz finished in third with 21 percent.”
4. This is how Sony was hacked
“On Wednesday, a group of companies led by Novetta released a report detailing the Sony hackers’ long history of operations, as well as its large stock of malware. It’s perhaps the most detailed and extensive look at the group behind what might be the most infamous cyberattack ever.”
+1: A writer dared two hackers to destroy his life. Here’s what happened.
5. Rogers is going to take a massive hit if Canadian teams miss the playoffs
Viewership could fall 25-30% if none of the six Canadian teams make the NHL playoffs. The drop would cause a serious dent in Rogers Media’s bottomline if they struggle to fill lucrative ad time.