Watch | The Netflix documentary social media wished you never knew about [Full]

Social Media the new drug humans are injecting into their veins, based on the power it has to shape our thoughts, how we live, dress and more… I mean, we are already familiar with the dangers that exist when making reference to Edward Snowden and Julian Asange as examples of the ugly side of these networks, that dont entail the positives of sending a birthday message or connecting with a friend you met while travelling abroad etc. So to not get into too much detail, The Social Dilemma documentary on Netflix explores the dangers of using these networks told by tech experts who are responsible for creating many of the platforms we use today like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and more.

So, to ensure everyone gets to watch The Social Dilemma, we’ve been gifted by Netflix with the announcement that the full documentary will be available on YouTube UNTIL September 30, 2021. So definitely dont miss this opportunity if you dont have Netflix.

WATCH | The Social Dilemma | Full Feature Documentary

The documentary explores the dangerous human impact of social networking, explained by tech experts who built the social media machine of today, now decide to sound the alarm on their own creations.

“We tweet, we like, and we share— but what are the consequences of our growing dependence on social media? As digital platforms increasingly become a lifeline to stay connected, Silicon Valley insiders reveal how social media is reprogramming civilization by exposing what’s hiding on the other side of your screen… Now is the time to share the film and have a discussion about repairing our broken information ecosystem” – Netflix

Watch “The Social Dilemma” on NETFLIX here

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