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You May Not Even Know You're Spreading Lies
"These are just a few possibilities; there are so many network variables, we often can’t even know what we don’t know about our unintended audiences. Once we publish or send or retweet, our messages are no longer ours; in an instant, they can ricochet far beyond our own horizons, with profound risks to the environment. At least potentially. On the other hand, if we only published or sent or retweeted things when we knew with absolute certainty what would happen next, we’d never say anything. That would be bad!"
infrastructure  dissertation  consequentialism  conspiracies  socialmedia  wrt302  wrt105  wrt205 
5 weeks ago by scogin
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Teenagers Without Cellphones
wrt205  wrt302  wrt105  socialmedia  tech 
10 weeks ago by scogin
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How Technology Hacks Peoples Minds - Tristan Harris
wrt302  wrt307  digitalrhet  proceduralrhetoric 
10 weeks ago by scogin

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