Facebook wants me to pay to promote an article that accuses Facebook of wanting us to pay…
Facebook is killing our pages. How are journalists reacting on Twitter?
Facebook is making some major changes to its newsfeed algorithm. Here's a translation for you.
Facebook has become the Walmart of the web - and it will cripple our online community cities if we don't act.
Late in 2017, Google traffic started to pass Facebook for the first time in around 5 years. This change could well be the future.
If you’re completely dependent of Facebook traffic, do you have a business at all?
Facebook Creator: a new app - but does it look useful?
Turns out that George Take isn't your fun liberal friend on Facebook. He's a ruthless influence marketer, selling your attention for big bucks.
Everything you need to know about Facebook in four panels
Much of the blame for the spread of “fake news” can be placed squarely at the feet of the general public, far too few of whom actually apply critical thinking to the things they share on social media. And agreeing with the sentiment is no excuse for sharing something fake – that’s just cognitive bias at work:
But I agree with the sentiment, so it’s OK to share NO. NO. NO. That’s not good enough any more. Maybe that was OK back in the innocent noughties, but if you’re willing to reflexively share this without engaging your critical thinking, then I’ll bet that you’re willing to share more serious bullshit memes without thinking them through.
There’s a kind of arrogant paternalism in thinking that we can “save” people from “fake news”, without this central problem being addressed.