Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

Smartphones haven't made us into activists. They've turned us into helpless bystanders.

The act of recording a violent event but staying silent is a modern manifestation of the bystander effect. Image: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Keshia Naurana Badalge

Freelance journalist, Quartz

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