The current dynamic Facebook "Like" button doesn't conform to Canadian privacy laws, since users who access any site with that button automatically ping Facebook servers, and Facebook tracks their viewing the site - even if they're not currently logged into Facebook - via their Facebook user cookies.
The solution is to go back to a static button, along with a redirect, while keeping the total number of clicks to display stored locally instead of on Facebooks' servers.
This way, only people who actually click on the static button will actually trigger an interaction with Facebook servers.
As a bonus, pages will finish rendering quicker.
Next up - tackling the same privacy concerns wrt google analytics. For most people, awstats, maybe combined with a few perl scripts, gives more than enough information.