Washington Post:

Now that much of the world is in lockdown, relying on technology that many viewed with worry and suspicion mere months ago, the consequences of that fearfulness are coming into focus.

Consider the past decade and the rise of smartphones and tablets, when an informal coalition of sociologists, media outlets, politicians and others warned that screens are addictive and digital tools harm the ability to focus, to work or to build relationships.

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