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‘The Social Dilemma’ Looks At The Impact Of Tech On Our Daily Lives | Morning Joe | MSNBC

 

The new film 'The Social Dilemma' looks at the impact social media and technology is having on our everyday lives. Director Jeff Orlowski and the Center for Humane Technology's Tristan Harris join Morning Joe to discuss. Aired on 12/02/2020.
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41 comments

    1. @ruth depew When I read, I skip all the fluffs and go straight to the meat and the info im looking for. Often times it gets me to my answer and what im seeking much faster

  1. Well this view was a good demonstration of a short attention span…no sooner did Tristan start to talk and it was over.

    1. Just a trailer for the documentary. But shows off one of my biggest gripes about youtube, click bait titles and thumbs.

  2. We can worry about social media and big tech after the orange blight is removed and well on his way to prison, _one bloated problem at a time_

    1. @Siren Xoxo : If he was charged and PROVEN guilty ? yes, but so far it has been nothing more than speculation, hearsay, and wishful thinking, mostly by CNN & MSNBC.

    2. @Gary Campbell well why do you think Michael Cohen went to prison? One of his many crimes was for hush money payments made to Stormy Daniels at the request of Donald Trump for the sole purpose of influencing the election. The only reason Donald wasn’t prosecuted in that case was because his lawyers argued that a sitting President cannot be prosecuted. Behind the scenes his lawyers have been fighting criminal investigations for years now!

      Of course, Trump loses that protection when Biden gains power on January 20th, 2021. Why do you think Trump is fighting so hard to overturn the election? Lol if you really believe that Trump actually cares about the responsibilities that comes with being President, then I have a bridge to sell you! He wants the protection, the perks, the adulation, and the power.

  3. It’s not hard to see how social media can and will make your stupid just look at tRump and his cult. Take a map of the united states and look at the areas with the lowest education, then overlay a map of tRump won states and a pretty clear image immerges. ( I am positive some tRumpturd will argue this is also a hoax or fake news )

    1. The social media problem wouldn’t be half as bad right now if fat-donny had been treated like any other user instead of letting him go hog-wild spreading lies for years unhindered by the policies everyone else is subject to.

  4. It’s about time this was brought up…iv been complaining about tbis for 10 years…as one of the originators I can tell you it’s even worse than you think…

  5. Social media the downfall of democracy…………10 years ago you would of laughed at the idea and yet here we are

    1. but not for nefarious reasons, only to lead you to next movie. But I get the point, all big tech use algorithms to track you and sell you…….and Twitter, FB, SC, and IG are all guilty

  6. I got rid of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram years ago (and LinkedIn a few months ago, because it wasn’t doing anything for me)…BEST THING I EVER DID.

    1. @Lisa Marie My mental health is so much better for it. Yep, those sites are not reality. They’re mostly people making their lives look better than what they really are…not to mention a breeding ground for dangerous misinformation.

    2. Same here, off social media since 2012 , I shift all my focus into learning about investing and finance best decision ever.

  7. When Facebook sold my personal information to Cambridge Analytica, that’s when I deleted my Facebook account.

    We’ve been programed to believe we can’t live without social media, but for years I’ve lived without Facebook and Instagram. If everyone deleted Facebook and Instagram the world would be a better place.

  8. WOW. SIMPLY DAUNTING KNOWING THAT EVERYTHING WE DO AND SAY IS BEING WATCHED. THANK YOU, MIKA, FOR THIS MINDFUL REPORTING; AS ALWAYS.

  9. I keep telling people they should get off social media. I gave up Facebook and Twitter over a year ago. Trust me you won’t miss it.

  10. Absolutely outstanding film! I’ve recommended it to the people in my life. Haven’t used FaceWaste in 4 years, no twitter and no Instagram. Life is out there!

  11. But how do we know it is a conspiracy theory? Oh yea, T**** or one of his minions tweets or posts on the book of the face about it.

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