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Facebook launches 'why am I seeing this post?' button that promises to tell people how things get in their news feed

Independent Monday, 1 April 2019
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News video: Why Are Things On Your Facebook Newsfeed?

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According to Business Insider, "Facebook is launching a new tool that allows you to find out why any given post is appearing in your newsfeed. The 'Why am I seeing this post?' tool is similar to Facebook's 'Why am I seeing this ad?' tool, which is also receiving an upgrade. It arrives at a time when...

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