Instead of seeing virality as a genuine signifier of newsworthiness, we need to see it for what it is—a product. Covington is the kind of product our social-media platforms sell to us. Perhaps we should be warier consumers.
I think the ten year challenge theory is popular because people want to believe that this state of addiction, of not being in control, has a source and a culprit. Someone is responsible for orchestrating it; someone, at least, has power and knows what is going on. There is a refuge in cynicism…
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« young politicians’ nudes will surface sooner or later. Let’s get over them now. »
Est-ce que c’est le meilleur de moi qui s’exprime sur les réseaux sociaux? (et pourquoi?) — Une réflexion essentielle de Mathieu Dugal.
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