September 21, 2021

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The bottom of the hidden statement

As usual, Facebook releases a report on the most viewed content and the most shared links that appear in Internet user feeds over the past quarter. Last Wednesday, therefore, the social network released its report for the second quarter of 2021, entitled “The Most Widely Viewed Content: What People See on Facebook”.

Clear question: What about the first three months? According to an article in The New York Times on Friday, the social media company is said to have buried a similar report prepared for the first three months of 2021.

You can probably guess the reason: Facebook is not thrilled by the results! In fact, an earlier report, which the Times thoroughly reviewed with executives’ internal emails shared with the newspaper, found that the link most viewed in the first quarter was an article published in the Chicago Tribune. Covit-19 dies two weeks after vaccination; The CDC is investigating. ”

CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is the country’s leading federal public health agency. This topic was viewed by 54 million Facebook accounts in the United States. In the same statement, the Facebook page of the far-right website that published conspiracy theories and misinformation was the 19th most popular page on the platform in the first months of 2021.

Some Internet users are pursuing a “presidential intervention” in their decision not to publish the report. The report was on the verge of being released to the public until executives raised concerns that it could create a public relations dream.

Facebook spokeswoman Andy Stone told the Times: “We thought we’d make this statement public beforehand, but we knew the attention we were aware of. We noticed this week.

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Finally, the so-called “post-factual” era of information accuracy and content of knowledge often comes into conflict with patent political and financial considerations because wisdom is needed more than our lives today.