Yep, Facebook, love it or hate it, it’s hard to ignore that life just hasn’t been the same these past 10 years or so.
“To those who were forced to read a headline they did not agree with when they visited Facebook yesterday, we are deeply sorry. It’s an inexcusable failing on our part if your viewpoints were not reinforced by what you saw onscreen. I want all Facebook users to know that you’ll never again encounter any ideas on our site that are in any way novel or ideologically challenging to you—that’s my personal promise.”
Some recent news coverage about what a wonderful world it could be.
- Facebook deletes Norway PM’s post as ‘napalm girl’ row escalates
- Good news for Facebook, bad news for the world
- Facebook launches new tools to help businesses go global
- Nudity and Facebook’s censors have a long history
- Don’t rely on Facebook for your news, says Facebook exec
- Here’s what happens when you ‘like’ a brand on Facebook
- How Facebook’s algorithm could influence the US election result
- A glimpse into Facebook’s notoriously opaque—and potentially vulnerable—Trending algorithm