Eli Pariser: Beware online filter bubbles

Eli Pariser: Beware online filter bubbles

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TED Talks often bring us face-to-face with concepts that we think are important to share. And as a gay blog for gays and their allies, we have an ethical responsibility to be aware of perspectives different than ours.

After watching this video, do you think that you have a filter bubble that keeps you from challenging, interesting, important and uncomfortable perspectives?

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