If the internet is addictive, why don’t we regulate it? — Michael Schulson — Aeon Essays

“infinite scroll has no clear benefit for users. It exists almost entirely to circumvent self-control. Giving users a chance to pause and make a choice at the end of each discrete page or session tips the balance of power back in the individual’s direction” – If the internet is addictive, why don’t we regulate it? — Michael Schulson — Aeon Essays

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