Misha Glenny: technology, political polarization and information overload

“What the technological revolution caused […] was the breaking of the limitations of human understanding. We were used to understanding our world because we had a limited number of things that we could perceive. Now everything looks huge, out of control, and getting bigger and bigger,” explains the author of McMafia and Nemesis.

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