The internet never forgets: The digital footprint of trauma
Sometimes the internet’s long-lasting memory is a wonderful thing, such as when you have an important email archived or a family photo saved. But when traumatic moments happen, Big Tech algorithms remember them all the same and remind us of them.
Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks with Lauren Goode, senior writer at Wired.
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