By Marcus on 13. Juni 2011 — 1 min read

Personalization filters serve up a kind of invisible autopropaganda, indoctrinating us with our own ideas, amplifying our desire for things that are familiar and leaving us oblivious to the dangers lurking in the dark territory of the unknown.

To truly understand whether personalization is a threat or a blessing, we need a more holistic and dynamic account of the online landscape, something Pariser does not provide.

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