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"Use our "Echo Chamber" filter to see what we call "wider" news. Want a better balance of men and women in your feed? Use our "gender" filter to rebalance it. Want to take a lunch break and just see popular funny videos you friends are sharing? Use our "virality" filter to pick only the most shared content. With Gogo you're in charge of the algorithmic filters that control what you see on social media."
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27 days ago by imranx
Facebook founding president sounds alarm - BBC News
do you know your neighbour? Chomsky manufactured consent. perfect personal propagandist. outrage machine. time waster. feedback loop for No Representation feelings. “I use these platforms, I just don’t let these platforms use me,” // Adam Curtis - FB can not present you with a future, a proposal. bc it is insular isolated environment (perfect personal propagandist) even if you are 'connected with the world.' It's a sham. Its millions of bubbles. not "A" world connected. Occypy was better than facebook. But Occupy hat not even a handful of leaders. political social economic movements need leaders to refer to, dialogue, interview, sign policy papers, etc etc. mass democracy still needs a leader and leadershuip and management and people skills. see Momentum.
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5 weeks ago by asterisk2a
Us vs them: the sinister techniques of ‘Othering’ – and how to avoid them | Inequality | The Guardian
Exclusion and dehumanisation [...] [ It's not just the economy, stupid. ] Conservative elites know how to strategically create and use fear of a perceived Other, by organising and manufacturing fear. [... manufacturing consent - Chomsky - Facebook Newsfeed is the perfect personal propagandist.] [...] Part of the solution to Othering must come from the stories we tell. // >> Facebook is the perfect personal propagandist (ppp) for nationalistic fear mongering fake news us vs them stories. <<
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5 weeks ago by asterisk2a
Digitaler Tribalismus und Fake News | ctrl+verlust
In dieser Untersuchung werden wir zeigen, wie sich Fake News links und rechts des politischen Spektrums tatsächlich verbreiten und wie soziale Strukturbildung im Netz zu hermetischen Gruppen führen kann. Wir werden auch zeigen, was die Theorie der „Filterbubble“ erklären kann und was nicht. Wir werden eine völlig neue Perspektive auf die rechte Internetszene bieten, die vielleicht dabei hilft zu verstehen, wie sich Hass im Netz findet, verhärtet, wächst und organisiert.
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9 weeks ago by SimonHurtz
YouTubes Algorithmen sorgen dafür, dass AfD-Fans unter sich bleiben - Motherboard
Eine Datenanalyse, die zwei Kommunikationswissenschaftler heute auf Motherboard veröffentlichen, zeigt, dass es Filterblasen auch auf YouTube gibt – und wie nah sich NPD und AfD auf der Video-Plattform sind.
youtube  algorithms  filterbubble  data  research 
11 weeks ago by SimonHurtz
When It Comes To Politics, The Internet Is Closing Our Minds | All Debates | Debates | IQ2US Debates
Does the internet poison politics? Is the rise of social media really broadening our world views, or narrowing them?
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august 2017 by jccalhoun

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