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The Collectivist Nature Of Social Media Platforms And Big Tech

• https://www.zerohedge.com, Tyler Durden

Once our mobile phones were converted into near Star Trek level tricorders, and WiFi became ubiquitous we found ourselves swimming in "The Spew", without even realizing that we had become like fish in a digital aquarium.

While I would be loathe to dispute the benefits the advent of the Internet bestowed on humanity, those of us who have watched it evolve over the past few decades or even had a minor hand in shaping and building it can't help but wonder if somewhere along the way, things took a bad turn.

Once our mobile phones were converted into near Star Trek level tricorders, and WiFi became ubiquitous we found ourselves swimming in "The Spew", without even realizing that we had become like fish in a digital aquarium.While I would be loathe to dispute the benefits the advent of the Internet bestowed on humanity, those of us who have watched it evolve over the past few decades or even had a minor hand in shaping and building it can't help but wonder if somewhere along the way, things took a bad turn.


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