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In this May 2009 file photo reviewed by the U.S. military, the sun rises over the Guantanamo detention facility at dawn, at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base, Cuba. An upcoming session of the Guantanamo war crimes tribunals has been postponed Thursday, April 11, 29013 amid defense complaints that a Pentagon computer failure and mishandled emails may have compromised their work. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)
LOS ANGELES: A funny thing happened when conservative media leaders met with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg last week. The summit was meant to quell right-wing anger over news reports that the site’s “trending topics” links are chosen by curators with a liberal bias. It was Facebook’s effort at transparency. But it ended up revealing as much about conservative thought as it did about social media.