Robby Soave – On Some Good News About Big Tech and Modernity
On this episode of High Noon, Inez Stepman interviews Robby Soave, author of the new book Tech Panic: Why We Shouldn't Fear Facebook or the Future. Robby is also senior editor at Reason magazine, where he has been at the forefront of reporting the truth about stories like the Covington protestors incident and the UVA rape hoax.
Robby and Inez discuss concerns about our emerging technological landscape, social media censorship, and the relationship between tech companies and the government. They also go back and forth about whether the rapid digitalization of our lives will be transformative in a positive or negative way.
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