We know what news generally looks like, but how do we find it?
Social media can provide news sources as well but, due to your personal data, network or interests, may result in a filter bubble. Filter bubbles surround us online, resulting in information that companies and websites ASSUME we need based on algorithms and data.
In a similar way, confirmation bias can occur when your social media posts only affirms opinions that you hold, resulting in you not seeing any new, conflicting, or opposing viewpoints and information online.
Recognizing you may be in a filter bubble is a good first step to breaking the cycles of confirmation bias. Here's some tools to get you started: