Many of the recommended articles such as the Wired, The Guardian, The New York Times or the FastCompany one bring to focus the fact that we are increasingly making use of ‘tunnel vision’ when considering important aspects of our lives. Some articles also pinpoint the effect of the US presidential result on people realising they had been enclosed in a filter bubble. At the same time, this mostly happened for those in one camp, the losing side, and this phenomenon has already affected millions of people, who comortably live inside their own filter bubbles. In the European Union, public interest messages on TV, radio and other sources of inormation, hae become very common. Could this issue be tackeld by the authorities in the same way? Should we have a public interest message in the media with the purpose of making people aware of this phenomenon?
I am sorry, I don’t really see your point. Your question is a bit vague according to me, because the State is alredy releasing messages of public interests (like “don’t eat too sugary or too salty food”, “do sport”, etc.), so is your question about having some specific messages like “be aware of fake news” ?
But, to be honest, I personaly am not sure such messages would have a big impact.