Adam Mosseri

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The more a publisher posts clickbait, the more Facebook will limit how often its stories can be seen in the news feed. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Facebook is getting serious about quashing clickbait, two years after a first attempt had little success in curbing such posts. Now, the company is(...)

Facebook has yet again changed its news feed algorithm

In May, 2015, Facebook introduced Instant Articles, a way for publishers to inject embedded articles directly into a user’s news feed. At launch there(...)

Facebook wants us to stop expecting it to act like a news site. Photograph: Reuters

When allegations surfaced last month that Facebook routinely suppressed conservative points of view in its Trending Topics news section, the company w(...)

Responding to criticism that Facebook and other social networks create an “echo chamber” in which people see only stories that reflect their views, Mr Mosseri said the team tries to help users find new pages to follow that could diversify their feeds.

Facebook on Wednesday offered a rare glimpse into how it ranks and shows content in its News Feed, part of an effort to provide more transparency abou(...)

Ireland and Spain are Facebook’s first markets for the new emojis

Adam Mosseri has a very important job. As the head of Facebook’s news feed, Mosseri and his team were tasked with determining which six cartoon i(...)

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