Freelance film critic and regular contributor to Modern Times Review.
ABUSE: In a radical psychosocial experiment, the scope of online child abuse in the Czech Republic is uncovered.

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In its more halcyon early days, the internet was welcomed into households for its utopian possibilities. A constantly updating trove of searchable information made bound encyclopaedia sets all but obsolete; email and social media promised to connect citizens of the world, no longer segmented into tribes by physical distance, in greater cultural understanding. In the rush of enthusiasm, the old truth was suspended, that tools are only as enlightened as their users. Darker recesses of networked life, it has since emerged, are manifold. The purportedly benign but aggressively vocal form of public peer surveillance that is social media has flattened the complexity of human interactions, and the private, once inaccessible to strangers, can feel less cordoned off. Anyone can «slide into your DMs» with the brashness of near-anonymity, hiding . . .

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