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This is what filter bubbles actually look like - MIT Technology Review

This is what filter bubbles actually look like - MIT Technology Review

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societies have experienced extremism and fragmentation without the assistance of Silicon Valley for centuries... So just how responsible is the internet for today’s divisions? In this Twitter map... of the US political landscape, accounts that follow one another are clustered together, and they are color-coded by the kinds of content they commonly share.... At first glance, it might seem reassuring... There are extremes, but they are mediated through a robust middle....
However... the middle is a lot weaker than it looks...the media world is bifurcated too...The polarization is... fertile ground for misinformation operations...

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