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Tuesday, 9 November 2021

Proposed US bill would let users opt-out of algorithms on online platforms


Axios notes that the latest version of the Filter Bubble Transparency Act would stop tech platforms from using "opaque algorithms" to control what content users see without first notifying them and gaining their consent. The bill makes exceptions for things like smaller tech companies, research groups, and age-appropriate content filters.

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