Why it’s smart to consider digital ethics

It’s hard to overstate the many advantages that technology has brought in the last 50 years. At the same time, only a fool would argue that there haven’t been significant negative effects as well. Alex Meehan reports

5th July, 2020
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It’s hard to overstate the many advantages that technology has brought in the last 50 years

Spend any time in the comments section of news sites, on social media or anywhere people gather online, and it’s easy to get the impression that, when it comes to using technology to interact with each other, humanity is doomed to a future of bickering, tribalism and division.

While there have always been fringe beliefs and isolationist political ideologies, never have bad ideas gained traction as quickly as they do today. The key...

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