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Re: Former Execs Team Up to Fight the Tech Addiction Monster
Posted by: David Jones 2018-02-07 15:02:13
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A group of former Facebook, Google and Mozilla executives have joined forces to establish the Center for Humane Technology, a new organization dedicated to combating the growing problem of addictive behavior among social media users. The new center, along with the children's advocacy group Common Sense, has announced a campaign to help change the social media model. Its goal is to lessen the negative impact of automation and other technologies on the development of children and young adults.


Re: Former Execs Team Up to Fight the Tech Addiction Monster
Posted by: RegFixo 2018-02-09 05:24:42 In reply to: David Jones
Excellent move, this was much required. We have become so addicted to our gadgets that we have forgot the value of human interactions and bonding. Nowadays people hardly sit with friends and chit chat. We are more in to different social networking sites trying to find friends who generally don't exists.
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