Netflix could hold the key to ending Facebook’s echo chamber


Facebook is remarkably adept at showing each of us the content we care about. But is it really the content we need to see? By now, we’re all familiar with the term echo chamber — the phenomenon of being shown only content that matches our pre-conceived notions — but the solution is evasive. Netflix, as it turns out, might hold the key the exit door of each of our echo chamber’s. But is Facebook willing to build on lessons learned by another platform? Is it even capable of a bold solution at this point? Netflix, we have a problem Netflix…

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