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To Combat Fake News, Let’s Pay For Our Real News
I'm a venture capital investor based in Los Angeles. I write a...
Moving forward, I will pay for the news I value. Like many, I often find ways to log in from another device when I’m notified
Reducing Media Bias In Our Newsfeeds Is Complicated
Teacher, geek girl, writer.
People all over America are suddenly taking a very skeptical view of internet news sources.
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Facebook Bolts From Traditional News
It's back to basics for the social media giant.
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Dear Journalists: Facebook Is Not Your Friend (It’s Just Using You…)
Principal with ADC Strategy, a digital media consultancy based...
So, Facebook announced it’s tweaked its algorithm to “more favorably promote content posted by the friends and family of
Stephen Lam / Reuters
Why the Facebook Controversy Is Good for Everybody
Founder/CEO of Counterpointing
Since the Gizmodo story broke May 9, the news has been flooded with questions about whether Facebook suppressed conservative
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Many Americans Unconcerned About Facebook Meddling With The News
Does the new poll suggest we have a non-troversy here?
Is Facebook Controlling the News You See?
With so many people on Facebook every day, for so much time, and most of them looking out for news, how news appears on Facebook clearly matters, a lot.
I Hereby Give Facebook Permission To Take Me And My Identity
Have your way with me, Facebook!
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Facebook Controls What News People Read. That’s A Problem
Alexis Sobel Fitts
It's Facebook's world. We just live in it.
Facebook Considering Feature Update To Prevent Spread Of Misinformation
Anyone can change the headline and sub-headline on a news story posted to Facebook. But not everybody uses the feature responsibly.
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Facebook Reportedly Wants To Tighten Its Grip On Your News
Deals are reportedly in the works to give Facebook greater control over the news stories shared on its platform.
Facebook To Reduce Spread Of Fake News Stories
By Reuters, Reuters
By Alexei Oreskovic Facebook said "satirical" content, such as news stories "intended to be humorous, or content that is
The Problem With Facebook's New 'Ask' Button
Author of Always a Bridesmaid (For Hire) & CEO of Bridesmaid f...
You can be a poker or an asker... or you could be a human being and pick up the phone or send a person a message and say, "Hi, how are you? I'd really love to catch up."
You're Probably Not Focusing On This Article Too Much If You Saw It On Facebook
By Reuters, Reuters
By Jennifer Saba The range of sites getting referral traffic from Facebook varied. The New York Times for instance gets 37
How Artificial Intelligence May Change Your Facebook Account
On Facebook's earnings call Wednesday afternoon, Mark Zuckerberg offered a peek at the social network's long-term plans for artificial intelligence.
11 Reasons You Should Quit Facebook In 2014
Too many ads, too many family members prying and not enough information about the people you care about. This is why you should ditch Facebook in 2014.
Facebook Developing Flipboard-Like Newsreader: WSJ
With its new feature, Facebook could be setting its sights on Twitter's position as the place to turn for breaking news, Brian
Facebook's Going Back In Time
Executive Tech Editor, The Huffington Post
For five years, News Feed has folded disparate types of information into a single place, so that a best friend's photos get little more consideration than a news site's latest links. But on Thursday, Facebook made a move to bring back some of the purity of News Feed.
Facebook Set To Unveil Revamped Look For News Feed On March 7th
By Reuters, Reuters
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc will unveil a new look for its popular "newsfeed" next week, the latest move by the Web company
Facebook Didn't Publish Private Messages, But the News Still Went Viral
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Nowadays, if a topic is "trending," and if it appears in your newsfeed enough times, people believe it. It's the world we now live in, and Facebook created it.
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