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  • KIND snacks help people burst filter bubbles
  • KIND snacks help people burst filter bubbles
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KIND snacks help people burst filter bubbles

Research shows that only 5% of US adults see social media posts that greatly differ from their perspectives. In an attempt to burst filter bubbles, a Facebook app created by the KIND foundation prompts you to 'follow' Facebook users who are your demographic opposite. 

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