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Should social media be responsible for news curation?

Richard Bradbury | Arvindh Yuvaraj | Freda Liu

03-May-19 12:00

Should social media be responsible for news curation?

It’s World Press Freedom Day, and we thought we’d explore the idea of whether or not Social Media sites should be responsible for the news that they show. Do they have a right to censor what we see there, and more importantly, if we give them the power of curation, how do we know that we can trust their sources?


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