I don’t know a lot about social media. I don’t know how it works technically. I don’t know why it is such a force in society. I don’t know why very prominent people like comedian Steve Martin, prognosticator Nate Silver and columnist Tom Friedman, who have plenty of outlets, tweet.
To some, social media is evil, and Netflix’s upcoming “The Social Dilemma” documentary is going to tell you why. The streaming service unveiled the trailer for its upcoming title, which premieres September 9 and promises an in-depth — and thoroughly harrowing — look at how social media platforms and algorithms manipulate individuals and contribute to issues such as viral conspiracy theories, teenage mental health issues, rampant misinformation, and political polarization.
A new report released this week commissioned by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters says that there are about 50 local radio stations in dire financial straits and which could close within the next four to six months. Another 150 could follow in the subsequent 18 months. Local television stations are also in trouble according to the study, with 40 or more of Canada’s 94 private stations facing possible closure within two or three years.
The Cupertino, California-based technology giant had recently threatened to do this after Epic added an option for users of its Fortnite video game to pay Epic directly for in-game upgrades. That avoided a 30 per cent cut that Apple takes through its App Store and broke Apple’s rules.
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