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A filter bubble is a state of intellectual isolation[1] that can result from personalized searches when a website algorithm selectively guesses what information a user would like

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to see based on information about the user, such as location, past click-behavior and search history.[2][3][4] As a result, users become separated from information that disagrees with their viewpoints, effectively isolating them in their own cultural or ideological bubbles.[5] The choices made by these algorithms are not transparent.

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Prime examples include Google Personalized Search results and Facebook's personalized news-stream. The bubble effect may have negative implications for civic discourse, according to Pariser, but contrasting views regard the effect as minimal[6] and addressable.[7]

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The surprising results of the U.S. presidential election in 2016 have been associated with the influence of social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook,[8][9] and as a result have called into question the effects of the "filter bubble" phenomenon on user exposure to fake news and echo chambers,[10] spurring new interest in the term,[11] with many concerned that the phenomenon may harm democracy.[12][13][11]

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(Technologies such as social media) lets you go off with like-minded people, so you're not mixing and sharing and understanding other points of view ... It's super important. It's turned out to be more of a problem than I, or many others, would have expected.
— Bill Gates 2017 in Quartz[14]

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For the technology boom and bust phenomenon, see social media bubble.

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The term was coined by Internet activist Eli Pariser circa 2010

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But.. but.. OBAMA! Tissue
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For the technology boom and bust phenomenon, see social media bubble.
The term was coined by Internet activist Eli Pariser circa 2010

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Have you visited the shop again? chuckle

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pie  Wrote: (01-04-2018 12:35 PM)
Have you visited the shop again? chuckle

I wish lol.

Weird bug i am trying to solve.

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Have you visited the shop again? chuckle





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...but when a bubble bursts, its never coming back ever again.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-04-2018 12:42 PM)
...but when a bubble bursts, its never coming back ever again.

You mean cherry? Gctiofsf
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