TikTok is not immune from engagement-hungry algorithms that dominate the internet as we know it.
The adage suggests that rational discussion online stops when someone invokes Hitler. What does that mean when the conversation starts that way?
Social media filter bubbles are not the problem; they are symptomatic of the problem.
Conventional wisdom says to never read the comment sections, but that's where Trump supporters were begging to be heard throughout the campaign.
Here's a Chrome Extension that wants to make sure your internet experience is good vibes-only.
They could be a first step to creating a system to burst online echo chambers.
Facebook's echo chamber can turn the obnoxious into the dangerous.
What happens if our emotions are viral too?