Even though our world is becoming more connected and increasingly global, there’s at least one area that is going in the opposite direction. And that area is media. Because of our personalised news feeds, cookies and other digital aids, a phenomenon called a ‘filter bubble’ has appeared. Eli Pariser coined this phrase in his 2011 TED talk where he describes his concern with web personalisation. A filter bubble means that you can get a different search results when googling something, compared to someone else, based on your previous search history.

A classic example is that people with liberal political orientation…

Anneli Haake

I help language teachers to become Language Teacher Rebels by teaching the steps to set up and market their teaching online.

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