The social media giant lists its own curated news links controversy as a newsworthy topic.
Facebook's vice president of search refutes claims that the social network's trending topics are excluding conservative websites.
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Britons have voted in favor of Brexit, but Google Trends data suggests there is still confusion over what leaving the EU actually means.
The social network is caught up in a cloud of controversy over how it picks which stories show in the Trending box. CEO Zuckerberg will meet with conservatives to quash accusations of pushing liberal stories.
The social network sheds more light on how it decides which topics are trending, releasing its 28-page editorial guidelines.
Internal guidelines obtained by The Guardian show that the social media network has relied on a small editorial team to decide what news topics to show. Facebook says the guidelines are old.
The commerce committee sends a letter to CEO Mark Zuckerberg inquiring about allegations that conservative issues were actively kept out of trending topics.
The world's largest social network calls out the top trending stories on its site, which is visited by more than a billion people every day. But the list may be manipulated by Facebook's employees, who are allegedly deciding what's "trending" based on their political views.
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