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1. The information we receive from the network is the priority information
recommended to us by the network operator
2. We are more likely to believe what we already believe than to think rationally
about the opposite view
3. Because search engine search results are to some extent algorithmic, this
represents a bias in the system that affects what we see.
4. Advances in the Internet can change the way we think
5. We need to think about better ways to use the Internet.
Idea: We are more likely to believe what we already believe than to think rationally about the
Question of Interpretation: when we have false-consensus bias and are easily
confused by the direction of the Internet, can the Internet become a tool to attack
Question of Consequence: when marketing companies of all kinds start to exploit our
weakness and manipulate the direction of public opinion in order to achieve their goals,
are we able to stick to our own ideas and make rational judgments based on the facts？
Question of Policy: is there a way to absolutely monitor the authenticity of the internet?
Do we really need it?