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Here's How to Break the Chains of Facebook's Algorithm and Get Both Sides of the Political Debate

About 60 percent of Americans now get news through social media, according to the Pew Research Center, up from nearly 50 percent in 2012. Facebook is the most widely used platform, and it also leads the pack in terms of getting news to its users: two-thirds of Facebook users said they sought news on the site, Pew found. But this could be introducing a big, hidden problem, especially during an election year.
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