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“Truth About Tech” campaign aims to pressure tech giants to make less addictive products

A group of former Facebook and Google employees have come together to form the Center for Humane Technology, a nonprofit concerned about the intrusive and addictive aspects of social media and other technology including smartphones, reports the New York Times. Together with media watchdog Common Sense Media, the group will launch the “Truth About Tech” … Continue reading ““Truth About Tech” campaign aims to pressure tech giants to make less addictive products” A group of former Facebook and Google employees have come together to form the Center for Humane Technology, a nonprofit concerned about the intrusive and addictive aspects of social media and other technology including smartphones, reports the New York Times.
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