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Friday's top-performing Facebook posts in the UK are from: 1. Lad Bible 2. Lad Bible 3. Lad Bible 4. Lad Bible 5. Daily Mail 6. Gaming Bible 7. BBC News 8. BBC News 9. Lad Bible 10. Lad Bible Data Via: Crowdtangle, last 24 hours,Link posts, most interactions.
People have started doing this search in other countries, and, well, let’s just say we are innovators here in America https://t.co/c2OjjvVpve
I was the 2018 midterms war room PM: Blacking out political ads is a solution in search of a problem. Political ads are now *the most monitored* content on Facebook, and are of little concern compared to the massive volume of organic electoral misinfo from groups & pages.
We’ve made the decision to stop all political advertising on Twitter globally. We believe political message reach should be earned, not bought. Why? A few reasons…🧵
To be clear, I don't think banning political ads is purely symbolic. @jack's thread last year got at some of the real issues with them. But it *could* be useful to be seen as Taking More Action, if, hypothetically, that were your concern. https://t.co/zOADJIPolo
Hypothetically, if you wanted to be ~ excluded from the narrative ~ about the 2020 election without changing the core mechanics of your platform or wading into thorny politicized issues around organic distribution, this is probably what you'd do! https://t.co/P4EO2fNvEi
I'm confused by the specifics of the TikTok security panic, because it seems to suggest that TikTok could gather data from *other* apps, something I thought iOS/Android made impossible. Infosec Twitter, am I missing something? https://t.co/ozZxaT0d0V
I get the longing--I even share it--but the naivete is annoying. Online pundits should know (and factor in) that social media as a "public square" where "good faith debate" happens is a thing of the past. Disagreement here happens through trolling, sea-lioning, ratios, dunks.
this is a very good thread https://t.co/UJMnWRagB6
UPDATE: A 14th QAnon-supporting congressional candidate has now secured a spot on the ballot in November. New Jersey's Billy Prempeh has been declared the winner in his primary in his district. https://t.co/yM8gPNJOhq https://t.co/EDYFp36goG
I don't think people have fully absorbed the very real possibility that the next Congress will have actual, 8kun-posting, slogan-reciting QAnon believers in it. https://t.co/8BQ93Z9XoC
Today's top-performing Facebook link posts by US pages (last 24 hours, ranked by total interactions, data by @crowdtangle) are from: 1. Ben Shapiro 2. Ben Shapiro 3. Ben Shapiro 4. People 5. Occupy Democrats 6. CNN 7. Fox News 8. ABC News 9. Ben Shapiro 10. Donald J. Trump
"The Wild Wild Web — the tech industry’s decade-long experiment in unregulated growth and laissez-faire platform governance — is coming to an end," writes our tech columnist @kevinroose. In its place, a new culture is taking shape. https://t.co/mjRTv4novZ