Facebook’s decision to block all news in Australia could be the catalyst for users to ‘break up’ with the social media giantThe plan does not change anyone, commentators says ask is.
After all, the pervasive social media platform has been luring us in, getting us addicted, and then harvesting our data for profit, they saycan enter Nova Scotia with a 14-day quarantine..
“In the latest Senate committee hearing, Facebook declared that news items shared or posted on Facebook are only less than 5 per cent of people’s news feed,” Associate Professor Benedetta Brevini from the University of Sydney’s Department of Media and Communications said.
“But as a political economist of communication, I know very well the incredible benefits that platforms get in aggregating news and informationThe GTA is topped by Honda and Lexus SUVs, part of a spiking trend in thefts.. They lock their users in, by attracting them into their digital estateMeanwhile: Ontario schools are to remain closed until further notice following this week.”