"Peer-to-peer sharing platforms have achieved an amplification of ordinary citizens’ voices in a manner unthinkable just a few years ago. In everyone’s pocket is a device enabling countless encounters with one’s fellow citizens, on anything and everything of public political concern. Citizens who, in an earlier era, would have had their views on some policy matter heard by just their neighbours can now find their speech re-tweeted to millions. ..."
This article by Jeffrey W. Howard is a selection from The Oxford Handbook of Digital Ethics, edited by Carissa Véliz
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