[Internet] Facebook says they’re ending clickbait news stories (yeah right)

Facebook claims it will start employing tactics to keep clickbait articles from going viral…until those offending sites stop using clickbait for views. This is all well and good until you realize that some of the biggest offenders (Buzzfeed) are actually partnered with Facebook and get preferential treatment.

News Feed FYI: Further Reducing Clickbait in Feed

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