2% don’t stay informed at all

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A study on media consumer trends from the Creative Digital Agency on Generation Z revealed that roughly 80% of Gen Z’s population of 67 million Americans gets its news through a mobile device—either on social media or through a news app like Apple news, as well as through word of mouth discussion with friends and family. The study also revealed that less than 20% of Generation Z catches up with the news through traditional mediums like radio or newspaper.

https://gritdaily.com/tiktok-generation-z-news

Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz accused Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey of lying under oath while testifying before the Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday

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Section 230 is a part of the Communication Decency Act of 1996. Many are calling for reform or an all-out repeal of Section 230, because it does not hold Big Tech corporations accountable for censorship.

https://truth4freedom.wordpress.com/2020/10/30/twitter-ceo-jack-dorsey-accused-of-lying-under-oath-to-the-senate-thats-a-felony-wnd

YouTube Recommendations: Platform for Influencers without Responsibility

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They actually recommended Alex Jones InfoWars Conspiracy Theories 15 billion times — that’s more than the combined traffic of the New York Times, Washington Post, Guardian, Fox News, MSNBC, combined.

Tristan Harris “Bayer Leaps Talk #5” (6:13 – 06:27)

Very seldom do we have the courage to place ourselves under the microscope for inspection

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As humans we need to get better at our relationship with social media. It’s far too jejune to blame social media for how we behave. To do so would be to forfeit any free will & strip ourselves of agency. Instead of just having a singular spotlight on the responsibility of social media, why not rig up another spotlight and shine it on our own responsibility to be aware of how we behave & how it can be manipulated? No intelligent algorithm can work its magic without you taking first action, and continuing to take further action. Your attention can’t be monetised unless you wilfully give it up. We are the start point, but we are also the end point.

https://jamiedobbs.home.blog/2020/10/02/ive-watched-the-social-dilemma-now-what

The solution is the most powerful search engine on earth — Google

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Winning online is not about functionality, but about what app or website customers open of their own volition.

https://stratechery.com/2020/the-anti-amazon-alliance

Once lying is acceptable, it becomes part of the system

It is shocking to hear people claim superior spirituality on the basis of falsehoods. I remember people who claimed they never watched television, but were lying. I remember people saying that they dressed a certain way because of spiritual conviction, but were lying. I remember moms boasting about the superior spirituality of their children, but they were lying. And, yes, they knew they were lying.

https://graceformyheart.wordpress.com/2020/04/27/why-do-they-lie

Why Are Others Wrong While I’m Right?

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Wheat & Tares

When we discover that someone disagrees with us on a matter we consider settled, we often go through three steps to “understand” why they are wrong, and those three reasons go from most charitable to least:

  • They are ignorant. If they knew what I know, if they had the facts I do, they would see things as I do.
  • They are too stupid to understand the facts. This is the next line of thinking once we realize that they know the facts we know and simply interpret them differently or feel differently about them.
  • They are acting in bad faith. They don’t want to know the truth because their intentions are bad. They don’t care about others or the truth, just whatever immoral or unjust thing they want.

The problem is that both sides of a disagreement think these things about the other party, but they don’t question…

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Plane caught fire mid-air, attempted to turn around: Iran issues initial report on Ukrainian airliner crash

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A Ukrainian airliner that crashed near Tehran was on fire and tried to turn around before crashing, Iranian investigators have said in a preliminary report. Iran has invited all relevant parties to participate in the probe.

Eyewitnesses observed a fire on the Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737-800 while it was still airborne, Iran’s civil aviation organization noted. The aircraft attempted to return to Tehran’s Imam Khomeini airport before crashing, killing all 176 people on board, the organization said. The Iranian investigators confirmed that no distress calls or messages were received from the pilot before the plane hit the ground.

Ali Abedzadeh, who leads the civil aviation organization, stated that all relevant countries have been invited to send representatives to help carry out the ongoing investigation into what caused Wednesday’s crash.

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