It closes with a criticism of social media in general. Kampmark writes that social media is “a seventh grader mindset based on noise, shouting, and deafening declarations. It repudiates the notion of trusted small communities, where limits and protocols of good conduct matter. The shift from social networks to social media was culturally destructive. It set the expectation that everyone deserves – is owed, even – an audience for every notion, quip, photo, or activity. The consequences that follow include the stratospheric rise of the outrage culture, the prevalence of misinformation, and the normalizing of shame.”
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