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  • What Facebook attempted to say with Friends Day
  • What Facebook attempted to say with Friends Day
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What Facebook attempted to say with Friends Day

Valentine's Day and Father's Day have long been condemned as consumer holidays masquerading as celebrations of love. But unapologetically branded holidays are just as common nowadays. Following Amazon's announcement of Prime Day, Facebook has christened February 4th Friends Day.

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