Acknowledgment

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This work was supported by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) grant nr. VI.Veni.191S.089.

Note

  • 1 This work was supported by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) grant nr. Vl.Veni.191S.089.
  • 2 As quoted in an interview with Lynn Parramore in The Atlantic. Accessed at www.theatlantic.com/ daily-dish/archive/2010/1O/the-filter-bubble/181427 (28 April 2020).

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