Here we go.
"Prince Harry on Thursday said social media was stoking a 'crisis of hate,' and urged companies to rethink their roles in advertising on digital platforms.
In an opinion piece for U.S. business magazine Fast Company headlined 'Social media is dividing us. Together, we can redesign it,' Harry said that social media, as it currently stands, is 'unwell'.
The former senior royal said he and his wife, Meghan, have spent the past few weeks working with business leaders and marketing executives on the issue to try and enact positive change."
Well, I've never heard of Fast Company magazine and Harry didn't compose this "op-ed", I'll bet it was a staff person or Sunshine Sachs PR firm, Harry isn't smart enough to write a piece such as this. Of course, the hypocrisy again. Howling about social media by the couple who lived on social media. I'll bet the "business leaders" he and Meghan called listened politely and then went on with their own work day. No one is going to listen to two ex-Royals who really have done nothing since leaving the UK.
"He called for online communities to be 'defined more by compassion than hate; by truth instead of misinformation; by equity and inclusiveness instead of injustice and fearmongering; by free, rather than weaponised, speech.'"
Regarding truth instead of misinformation and weaponized speech Harry, I would suggest look at the book Finding Freedom.
It's interesting to note that comments are suspended from the article.
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