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Facebook Keeps Data Secret, Letting Conservative Bias Claims Persist

Conservatives accuse Facebook of being biased against right-wing views, but engagement data tells a different story. The most popular content on Facebook, though, remains a secret.

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Facebook Keeps Data Secret, Letting Conservative Bias Claims Persist

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A man waits to cross the street in the largely Latino neighborhood of East Los Angeles on Aug. 7. California has implemented a new health equity metric to help address the outsize effect of coronavirus on the state's communities of color. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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To Tackle Racial Disparities In COVID-19, California Enacts New Metric For Reopening

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