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In this first essay, consider the roles of social media, censorship, and privatization in the way that we acquire information. The "filter bubble" is in a sense an echo chamber curated for us by algorithms. Using the Pariser text to direct your conversation, argue both the pros and cons of the "filter bubble." One side is certainly going to be a bit easier to argue for each of us depending on our ideological backgrounds, but I want us to think critically about how the filter bubble might be pushed back on and embraced by the general public. 
2020/06/29 22:30