2021 Was the Year We Woke Up to the Dangers of Social Media

Will 2022 be the year we actually do something about it?

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A consensus is growing among Americans that social media, as it currently exists, is inherently detrimental. In 2021, the Capitol riot and revelations about the corrupt inner workings at Facebook made this consensus stronger than ever before. In the new year…

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