Michelle Meyer

Union Graduate College

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Michelle Meyer on KCRW

We all know that Facebook manipulates what pops up in your news feed, from baby photos to party pictures, but it turns out that the company was also using your news feeds to perform a…

Facebook Manipulates Your Feed and Your Emotional State

We all know that Facebook manipulates what pops up in your news feed, from baby photos to party pictures, but it turns out that the company was also using your news feeds to perform a…

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