Social Media Deploys Addictive ‘Brain Hijacking’ Methods, May Violate Child Protection Laws: Rex Lee

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Social networking companies have allegedly been making products intentionally addictive to maximize customer use and to make more profit. Yet by doing so, these companies may be violating laws on child protection and on customer rights, according to cybersecurity and privacy adviser Rex Lee. Companies are deploying addictive methods of “brain hijacking,” using deceptive terms of use agreements, and are engaging in forms of surveillance that could be deemed illegal on several grounds. To learn more about this, we sat down for an interview with Rex Lee.

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