Following the Notre Dame fire, multiple media outlets broadcast live coverage of the event through YouTube.
Facebook has announced new measures to reduce the appearance and proliferation of false news in the social network in the last week, but among them there is one that especially calls attention because it involves including a new signal in the algorithm that uses the platform to establish the order in which the news in the social network is shown to each user.
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Google, the United Nations and the European Commission have presented a web platform that will monitor the water on Earth through Google Earth during the United Nations Assembly for the Environment, held in recent days in Nairobi.
Facebook continues to experiment with new ways to make users interact more. The more time they spend on the platform, the better their metrics and the more possibilities to market advertising formats.
It is a reality that in recent years the scope of organic publications on social networks such as Facebook and, to a lesser extent, Instagram or LinkedIn has been dramatically reduced.
LinkedIn has been forced to pause in Europe a feature that alerts users by email when they have been mentioned in a news article.
The algorithm applied to the content of social networks is what determines what we see in our feeds.
Facebook wants to eliminate as much as possible the propagation of sensationalist content.