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Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is changing its news feed so it's actually 'good for people' (FB)

Business Insider Friday, 12 January 2018
Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is changing its news feed so it's actually 'good for people' (FB)· *Facebook plans to change how its news feed works, playing up status updates from friends and family. *
· *On the flip side, it will deemphasize news articles and anything published by brands.*
· *Facebook is trying to foster "meaningful interaction" and make Facebook more of a force for good, CEO Mark Zuckerberg...
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