Facebook’s role in choosing all the news that’s fit to like continues to be a hot topic in media circles and beyond. And according to The Guardian: “Documents show that the company relies heavily on the intervention of a small editorial team to determine what makes its ‘trending module’ headlines. For what it’s worth, the stories currently in my trending module include Johnny Depp’s views on a potential Trump presidency, Rob Zombie’s defense of Babymetal, and the launch of a Mac client for What’s App. This controversy is not a warning of something dangerous. It’s an ad for NextDraft.

+ FastCo: Social network algorithms are distorting reality by boosting conspiracy theories.

+ The New Yorker: Why Do We Care If Facebook Is Biased? (If the first place you turn for unbiased, hard news is Facebook, I don’t think Facebook is the problem.)