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Global Trends to 2030: Identities and Biases in the Digital Age

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Digital technologies have opened up ways of discovering the world, creating an unprecedented access to knowledge and information. Fostering vast communication and connection opportunities, they came with the promise of furthering free and open democratic deliberation. And they have initially delivered: facilitating freedom of expression, enabling easier and faster access to information and greater transparency, boosting media diversity, and creating broader opportunities for civic engagement and political participation. Social media in particular now allow for unparalleled connectivity of a truly interactive nature. They help people stay in touch with friends and family, and find people who share the same passions, interests or beliefs across borders, facilitating new groups and communities of interest to form and grow.
Digital Futures, Digitalisation, Global Trends to 2030, Digital Life, Digital Technologies, Fake News, Digital Innovation, Digital society, 2030, EspasHome
Country of publication: 
European Union
Publication date: 
Thursday, October 18, 2018
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