Conversely, the filter bubble concept seems like it should apply to a lot more than American politics. Pariser might imagine that a good filter gives a nice balance of liberal and conservative views, but what about more unorthodox philosophies? What about things that aren’t politics at all? Maybe a diverse filter should tell me about the environmental effects of bees, or the innovations of Polish cinema. For that matter, I haven’t heard anyone mention language bubbles, which are far more pervasive and invisible. Why don’t my filters show me more material that was translated from Chinese? In a global era, exposing different countries and cultures to each other might ultimately be a far more important goal.