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A Dead Simple Tool To Find Out What Facebook Knows About You | Co.Design | business + design
cts data about what you click on (through likes and links), what you type, and what you look at, and for how long. Ba
prywatnosc  filterbubble 
6 days ago by ziemniak
Here's What Facebook's Live Video Filter Bubble Looks Like - BuzzFeed News
When you watch a live screening of an event, it’s free of filters and media bias, right? Nope. Enter the Facebook Live filter bubble.
socialmedia  filterbubble  bias  politics  video  facebook 
18 days ago by alykat
Jigsaw
One of the greatest threats to free expression is censorship you can’t see. Unfiltered.News maps what important news stories might not be covered in your country, using the Google News corpus to allow internet users to discover which stories are being covered in certain locations, how different countries cover stories differently, and how issue coverage changes over time.
news  filterbubble  data  visualization  google  censorship 
21 days ago by rachaelsullivan
Facebooks Filterfalle: Und täglich grüßt das Hitlerbild: Zum Facebook-Nazi in 13 Tagen | shz.de
Wie funktioniert der Sog an den rechten Rand des Netzwerks – und was findet man dort? Eine Stippvisite.
facebook  filterbubble  racism  hatespeech 
4 weeks ago by SimonHurtz
Tower of Babel — Remains of the Day
Many claim the internet creates filter bubbles, but I believe the mechanism by which the Internet amplifies tribalism doesn't work the way most people describe it. The common explanation is that we form networks with like-minded people and only hear the opinions of those who agree with us, reinforcing our narrow world views.

My belief is that the Internet has increased our exposure to diverse viewpoints, including those from oppositional tribes. I suspect everyone who uses the Internet regularly encounters more diverse opinions, in absolute terms, than prior to the rise of the Internet, and there is research (PDF) to support this. Our information diet is more diverse now, and as opposed to the age before social media or even the Internet itself, we're exposed to more opinions that both strongly confirm AND counter our beliefs.
TussellConjugation  filterbubble  diversity  internet  review  impact  EugeneWei  2017 
5 weeks ago by inspiral
Tower of Babel • Remains of the Day
Eugene Wei:
<p>Our next POTUS, whether wittingly or not, weaponized Russell Conjugation [the way we see desirable traits in ourselves as undesirable in enemies - eg I'm firm, you're obstinate and he's pigheaded] and our coalitional instincts [explained earlier in his post] and performed a jiu-jitsu toss on his opponents, leaving much of the country wondering whether winner-take-all elections for the Presidency are a good thing in a country so evenly divided…

…It's somewhat of a miracle how every Tweet of his sifts the same factions apart; one side screams in disgust and disbelief, the other piles on with glee. Let's call that technique of tweeting the Trump Conjugation. Sad!

Many claim the internet creates filter bubbles, but I believe the mechanism by which the Internet amplifies tribalism doesn't work the way most people describe it. The common explanation is that we form networks with like-minded people and only hear the opinions of those who agree with us, reinforcing our narrow world views.

My belief is that the Internet has increased our exposure to diverse viewpoints, including those from oppositional tribes. I suspect everyone who uses the Internet regularly encounters more diverse opinions, in absolute terms, than prior to the rise of the Internet, and there is <a href="http://pablobarbera.com/static/barbera_polarization_APSA.pdf">research</a> (PDF) to support this. Our information diet is more diverse now, and as opposed to the age before social media or even the Internet itself, we're exposed to more opinions that both strongly confirm AND counter our beliefs.</p>


Wei doesn't write often, but when he does it's worthwhile.
filterbubble  polarisation 
5 weeks ago by charlesarthur

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