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Podcast  >  Enterprise  >  Enterprise Biz Bytes  >  Should social media be responsible for news curation?

Should social media be responsible for news curation?

Richard Bradbury | Arvindh Yuvaraj | Freda Liu

03-May-19 12:00

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It’s World Press Freedom Day, and we thought we’d explore the idea of whether or not Social Media sites should be responsible for the news that they show. Do they have a right to censor what we see there, and more importantly, if we give them the power of curation, how do we know that we can trust their sources?


Tags:  World Press FreedomSocial MediaTwitterInstagramFacebookWPFD2019Internet, e-Business, e-commerceMedia, Marketing, AdvertisingPersonal FinancePersonal DevelopmentManagerial Resources/DevelopmentTechnology news, reviews


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