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On this episode of the Tech Won’t Save Us podcast, I’m joined by Vincent Bevins to discuss the mass protests of the 2010s, the role that social and traditional media played in them, and why the horizontalism of those movements ultimately didn’t work.

Vincent Bevins is a longtime foreign correspondent who has worked for The Washington Post, the Financial Times, and the Los Angeles Times. He’s the author of The Jakarta Method and If We Burn: The Mass Protest Decade and the Missing Revolution.

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Paris Marx

Paris Marx is a tech critic and host of the podcast, Tech Won’t Save Us. They write the Disconnect newsletter and are the author of Road to Nowhere: What Silicon Valley Gets Wrong about the Future of Transportation.

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