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    The AtlanticJonathan Zittrain6/30/2134 min
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    • DellwoodBarker10 months ago

      Very interesting read.

      Compensation for harm, or the addition of corrective material, should be favored over quiet retroactive alteration. And publishers should establish clear and principled policies against undertaking such changes under public pressure that falls short of a legal finding of infringement. (And, in plenty of cases, publishers should stand up against legal pressure, too.)

    • deephdave
      Top reader of all time
      10 months ago
      • If you spend the majority of your time staring at a screen then it's harmful to your physical and mental health. Spend time with family in person, talking with them over the video call does not feel like really connected. When you are at home, you feel collective energy, if someone is not happy or feeling anxious then other members can also feel something is wrong. While on the video call, they might fake the emotions like posting status or Instagram picutres with filters.

      • Internet is rotting, yes, it's not just about the vanishing old content. Everything has become game of content. Content has been created for the sake of content creation, people have been screaming "look at me", trying this and that way to get the attention. Not all content provides real value and it is not worthy of attention. Most of the content is for feeding junk food to junkies.

      • Nowadays, I am too tired to click on the bite-sized content, don't even care for googling memes and trending topics that I don't understand, really focused on the deep dive about learning stuff. My learning and consuming content for entertainment can be categorized in this order: 1) Text + Images, 2) Audio 3) Audio + Video.