Facebook in hot water for censorship decision

Facebook in hot water for censorship decision which favour a small number of news sites over others.
Facebook is once again under fire after CEO, Mark Zuckerbeg, instructed his team of engineers to change the current algorithms to mainly send traffic to specific Facebook approved websites.
A new report has identified that certain news site would no longer be shown in users Facebook feeds as a result of the change.
The changes were directly approved by Mark Zuckerberg and resulted in massive amounts of social traffic if they were not on Zuckerberg’s chosen list.
The alteration was made as a result of Facebook’s decision to not show as much political news to the general public and instead focus on post from people on their friends list.


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Mikey Mathieson

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    • Al

      17 October 2020 • 21:45

      Why don’t you tell the whole story on mainstream censorship? Their blatant interference in the US elections, the way the media and big tech liberals push the Lefty agenda, supporting what can now be said is a criminal family, the Bidens. Twitter censoring, shutting down The NY POST altogether! How about the Hunter Biden photos? The story of the abandoned laptop with sex and drug photos of Hunter? Or the Burisma emails just released proving Biden/China criminal activity? That would be true journalism, this article is just the tip of the iceberg. All lettuce, no meat. But thanks for at least mentioning it.

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