Reader sends screenshot of Facebook’s new censorship ploy (picture)

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Social media networks are ramping up their censorship of conservative news media faster than anyone can even keep track of. In addition to Facebook reducing the reach of news stories to just a fraction of what they once were, the social media giant is now taking it upon themselves to change users’ notifications on groups they have subscribed to.

A DML News supporter sent us a screenshot Wednesday morning, of a notice they received from Facebook, which reads, “Reducing Clutter in Your Notifications: We want to make sure that you’re not getting too many notifications. Now, instead of getting notifications for all posts in these groups, you’ll only get the most relevant highlights. You can change this anytime.”

Seen in the screenshot, underneath the notice from Facebook, the Official Team DML Group is directly targeted as a group that Facebook states they are now only providing the “most relevant highlights” for the user.

Also, Google has begun implementing new filtering policies for its Chrome browser intended to block users from being subject to too many ads, effectively strangling off the needed profits for conservative news media to keep operating.

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Below is a screenshot just sent to us from a supporter of a notification she received from Facebook.

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