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7 votes0 comments · CLOSED: How should media companies change their approaches to delivering news and information? · Admin →Diana Pineda shared this idea ·
16 votes6 comments · CLOSED: How should media companies change their approaches to delivering news and information? · Admin →
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6 votes7 comments · CLOSED: How should media companies change their approaches to delivering news and information? · Admin →
An error occurred while saving the commentDiana Pineda commented
The fact that the government is controlling the media, is kinda scary to me. We believe everything the government has to say, which i don't see how we do if the government is always keeping secrets. If they have a restrict place like "area 51", I highly doubt they tell us everything that is truly going on. For all we know, they can be opening black holes, communicating with aliens, doing some crazy things in the universe, or anything else that can put the earth in risk and I pretty sure they are not going to tell us. I think this does violate our rights has citizens of the United States because we have the right to know what is going on just like they have the right to know what we do. I don't find it okay that only because they are the government they can keep things from us.
I agree with the algorithm idea. It would be nice to be able to choose what kind of news you want instead of the things you find unnecessary. I would like to know what is going on in my community and ways on fixing the problems instead of hearing about celebrities and their problems, which i could honestly care less about because that doesn't benefit or affect me one bit. Although, algorithm could be a bad idea because you will probably miss out of some really important news (if its not the kind of news you would choose to hear). Either way, I would like a change in our news. Less fear and gossip and more solutions.