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“The central fear, as Eli Pariser has put it, is that ‘news-filtering algorithms narrow what we know.’ This, at least, is the theory.”
Using its Crowd Newsroom platform, the German nonprofit teamed up with Ruhr Nachrichten, the daily newspaper in the city of Dortmund, to get residents to enter information on canceled classes in schools.
The Axel Springer-owned app gets an automatic leg up across Europe from being pre-installed on new Samsung phones, but can it now keep enough of those users interested in order to sustain itself on advertising alone?
Aparelhos Samsung S7 e S8 virão com o Upday já instalado. Agregador de conteúdo fornece audiência para publicadores. Desafio é conseguir se viabilizar com dinheiro de publicidade.
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Plus: Facebook buys some print ads in Germany, research on the polarizing effects of social media, and sometimes it’s not fake news — it’s just good old fabrication.
Plus: Some fake sites are still sneaking onto big ad networks, Facebook pushed news literacy, and Germany gets serious about social networks removing content.
Plus: European investigations, the complexities of fact-checking “fact-based opinions”, and how kids deal with fake news.
O lucro proporcionado pelo Facebook e pelo Google ajudou a sustentar os sites de notícias de pendor ideológico e levou à criação de sites de notícias falsas.