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“This ‘news’ is there to influence the political process in Germany, and we think it’s very important to put them straight.”
“The online news experience is a mix of deliberateness and serendipity,” a new report from Pew finds, noting that no one particular path to finding online news is dominant among users.
“People want their social feeds to reflect the best versions of themselves.”
“For a lot of people, the real assumption that they bring to the news, even beyond their partisan affiliations, is an expectation of a smooth narrative…That’s the real bias that readers have to combat, and it’s something that people in the media have to think about.”
The Times released the report on Tuesday, and Media Twitter is already dissecting its every word.