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“We have observed a broad spectrum of behaviors mixing the characteristics of bots and people.”
A body of research shows that stronger, not weaker, moderation of the information ecosystem is what’s needed to combat harmful misinformation.
“We strongly encourage staff to regularly delete historical tweets and other social posts.”
“How can you make people discuss [information] instead of polarizing them further?” A new study offers some clues.
“We’re starting to wonder, ‘Okay, can this work as a social audio conversation? How can we get more voices on this whether from the audience or our sources?'”
Users willing to pay $2.99/month can get access to an undo button, a Nuzzel-like “Top Stories” feature, and ad-free articles that will send a portion of revenue back to publishers.
A healthy chunk of Facebook users say they don’t get much news there any more — an outcome to be both expected and desired.
Slides and cards are a good way to highlight the strongest part of a story, whether it’s a visual component or a tidbit that competitors don’t have.
There’s one feature that could be very useful for journalists and other Twitter packrats, but otherwise, it’s kinda meh. (And no, that’s not a real edit button.)