There's a battle over Breitbart on Facebook's new journalism section, and Instagram's boss got involved
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October 30, 20196 min read, 1198 words

There's a battle over Breitbart on Facebook's new journalism section, and Instagram's boss got involvedThere's a battle over Breitbart on Facebook's new journalism section, and Instagram's boss got involved

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Published: October 30, 2019  |  6 min read, 1198 words
Instagram chief Adam Mosseri said on Twitter Sunday he doesn’t want Breitbart to be part of Facebook’s new journalism tab, but defended the company’s choice to include it. Mosseri, who has run Facebook-owned Instagram since October of last year, initially responded to a tweet fr...
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Balanced
October 31, 2019
This article is surprisingly balanced, coming from CNBC, this is quite shocking. It includes points from both sides and sources quotes in addition to twitter information. The discussion shows that some in the media are open to free speech, while others from outlets like NYT are all for censoring opinions that differ.
October 31, 2019
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Balanced
October 31, 2019
A balanced article with information. An interesting study on the Breitbart-Mosseri issue, with lots of information and quotes. Really interesting.
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Well Sourced
October 31, 2019
I'm normally against stories that are largely made up of Twitter feuds, but in this context, it's useful to see how Facebook exec Adam Mosseri is defending the Facebook News Tab. Overall, the piece is very balanced because it doesn't take sides and allows Mosseri's responses to be seen.
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