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How Facebook will pick the news you see in its app

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Facebook is really hoping it will all go better this time around. 


The company that keeps insisting it's not in the media business intends to launch a news tab in the coming months, and appears keen on staving off another Trending topics-style fiasco. Part of this effort, it would seem, involves establishing editorial guidelines — enforced by actual humans — for the articles populating its upcoming section. 


In other words, employees of Mark "I consider us to be a technology company" Zuckerberg's Facebook will be to some extent curating what news people read on the site. And, with the depressing fact that, as of last year, approximately 43 percent of Americans get their news on Facebook, we're talking about a lot of people.  Read more...

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