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Digitale Demenz ( Digital Dementia )
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  • Indian internet devices:

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    Main idea is to keep people at the level of stupid consumers and make them buy new smartphone each 2-3 years.

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    Situation if very bad, rulinbg class wins for now by turning people into stupid consumers who do not develop their own skills and are unable to filter out information

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  • Yes, making people unable to make their own and get filtered and curated data makes sheep.

    Idea is how to make them think again and regain control over something they don’t even know it existed? Their will.

  • Wait... Every minute:

    $1M is spent online, with only $3805 on mobile apps?

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    What is the problem with this numbers? People still prefer to buy real thingies or services.

  • Me? NP. Just surprised. :-)

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  • Degradation is going fast

    App Annie, which analyzes mobile app usage data, has released its third quarter 2020 report. It contains both data for the whole world and for Russia separately.

    According to the report, Mordor users spent 7 billion hours in mobile games and applications in the quarter, which is 30% more than a year ago. At the same time, they spent $348 million, of which $244 million - in games. In annual terms, mobile user spending in Mordor increased by 25%.

  • The state-backed news agency Xinhua reported (via Reuters) that China has voted for revamped law that will ban internet products and services which “induce addiction” in kids. Game creators, livestream services and social networks also have to set up time and consumption limits.

    http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-10/18/c_139448042.htm

    In reality, game industry need almost total destruction and rebuilding of much smaller one from scratch.