Sgt_Kickaxe - 8:52 am on Apr 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
Any site that adds Facebook's "like" iframe based button is going to post a picture of your ugly mug on those sites if any of your friends click on the thing. I'd say that's a bit much, you have no control over which site installs that thing or where your picture/name will end up.
Shame on Facebook and a good move by whoever stands against that type of using you to promote facebook.
When I read the title I though Google employees had finally had enough with Facebooks recent "we will beat Google at search, the future is social search" rhetoric. This is actually a great reason to say enough is enough.