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In the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning electoral victory, many were quick to question the role of so-called “fake news” on Facebook, Russian-created Twitter bots or the data-centric targeting efforts that companies such as Cambridge Analytica used to sway voters. But Williams sees those factors as symptoms of a deeper problem.

[...] The attention economy itself is set up to promote a phenomenon like Trump [...].
'Our minds can be hijacked': the tech insiders who fear a smartphone dystopia | Technology | The Guardian (via fefe)
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