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Expeditie Robinson competition

Expeditie Robinson, fan engagement and Facebook’s new style

Column
Laura Smits
05/03/2018
2 minutes to read

The new Facebook update has created a big buzz, as almost every change does. Would it be better to invest energy into adapting rather than complaining? 

Satre on Facebook The public intellectual filter bubble

The public intellectual trapped in a Facebook bubble

Article
Noura Yacoubi
01/11/2018
5 minutes to read

Facebook's new algorithm give users a better experience, but actually creating an even more restricted bubble. The 'public' in 'public intellectual' could bette be changed to 'bubble'. 

 

This Brazilian newspaper decided to stop posting on Facebook

Column
Gabriela de la Vega
01/11/2018
4 minutes to read

Folha de Sao Paulo decides to stop posting on Facebook after the guideline change in order to stop the proliferation of fake news, but is this decision really what is best for the country's fragile democratic situation?

Facebook, public sphere, algorithms, digital culture

Diggit's Facebook Experiment

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In a highly debated Facebook post Mark Zuckerberg introduced upcoming changes to Facebook algorithms. Diggit Magazine will look into the effects of these algorithmic changes for media, acitivits and the public sphere in general. 

The impact of Facebook on the public sphere (salon d'holbach)

Facebook and the end of the public sphere

Article
Ico Maly
27/09/2018
13 minutes to read

Zuckerberg’s New Year resolutions to 'fix Facebook'  are bad news for anyone who cares about the diversity in the field of media and democracy in general.

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