Talking out of both sides of your mouth: Farcebook claims they don't want to be responsible for editorial control their content, but what else do you call developing a huge database of individual behavior used in conjunction with a A I that selects stories it thinks each individual will be the most likely to watch? That's is exactly what the editorial staff do at all media outlets, use whatever available data to provide customers with stories that will be of interest of them. The only difference is Farcebook can promote stories that foment violence, and all manner of illegal and immoral crimes against humanity behind the skirts of that abomination called 230.
"Meet the new Boss, same as the old Boss." - The Who.