The datafarm PR offensive against The Social Dilemma is well underway. Here's an example, written by Antonio Garcia-Martinez:
Garcia-Martinez wiggles, denies, misrepresents, strawmans, and focuses on trivia. He dismisses datafarm critics as luddite outsiders who don't understand tech, a talking point the film-makers anticipated by mostly interviewing former (and current) datafarmers. He compares their comments to Cultural Revolution "struggle sessions" (?!?), and claims they're just cynically monetizing their insider status while living in luxury. Which ironically, is exactly what he does:
@strypey I see only two decent criticisms buried in there: (1) the lack of criticism of Netflix (When Tristan Harris speaks about the "attention economy" in other contexts he often brings up Netflix, but did not do so in th TSD), and (2) the lack of actionable solutions presented other than "put down your phone." But these shortcomings of the film don't invalidate its premise.
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