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The End of Social Media’s ‘View From Nowhere’

Trump’s extremism is forcing tech companies to abandon the pretense of political objectivity — for now

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There’s an idea in media criticism known as the “view from nowhere.” Popularized by Jay Rosen, a journalism professor at New York University, the phrase takes aim at the ethos of political agnosticism that news…




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