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February 6, 2018. Today on RBDR:

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is letting its users pass judgment on news and opinions they hear on television. A good idea for research? No! And not for news media, either.

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2 thoughts on “Facebook’s Truly Foolish “Research” Idea | RBDR

  1. Putting aside what Facebook may or may not do, the media in most cases is no longer reporting facts, but instead reporting commentary and analysis according to their own definition of what is best for their own self-interests and the country. There is so much fake news now about everything that it is hard to determine truth from fiction.

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