Bokhari: BuzzFeed’s ‘Exposé’ of Facebook, Translated

BuzzFeed published a four-thousand-plus word article Sunday about how Facebook goes easy on conservatives. Yes, goes easy on them. To help readers understand what Buzzfeed is trying to accomplish, we've compiled a…

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Facebook to Invest $1 Billion in News Industry After Australia Row

Facebook on Wednesday pledged to invest at least $1 billion in the news industry over the next three years, days after a high-profile stand-off with the Australian government over paying…

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Australian Bill Forcing Google, Facebook to Pay Publishers Moves Forward with ‘Minor Amendments’

A proposed bill in the Australian parliament that would require Facebook and Google to pay news outlets for content has cleared its final hurdle, and Facebook has agreed to restore access…

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Democrats Accuse Facebook Of ‘Knowingly’ Facilitating Extremists, Call Platform ‘Breeding Ground’ For ‘Discord’

'The Committee is deeply concerned about dangerous and divisive rhetoric'

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‘Roe v. Wade’ Movie To Premiere Friday To CPAC’s Sold-Out Crowd

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Australia’s move to tame Facebook and Google is just the start of a global battle | Michelle Meagher

Governments around the world should now act together to dismantle the monopolies that threaten journalismFacebook and Google have become accustomed to an open world of information on which to build…

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Facebook 'over-enforced' Australia news ban, admits Nick Clegg

Communications chief defends reversed ban, saying it is unfair to force tech firms to pay for news content Facebook “erred on the side of over-enforcement” in removing links to hundreds…

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Facebook Gives Ben Shapiro ‘Shadow-Boost’ To Make More Users See His Content – Report

A report seems to confirm that Ben Shapiro was “shadow-boosted” by Facebook’s algorithm, meaning his content enters the feeds of people otherwise unlikely to interact with the personality. The report…

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Competition watchdog expects Google and Facebook to strike deal with small publishers

The news media bargaining code passes the Senate after the government reached an 11th-hour agreement with Facebook If smaller and regional publishers don’t get a deal under the news media…

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