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The Social Dilemma Trailer

Never before have a handful of tech designers had control over the way billions of us think, act, and live our lives.

New Episode: You Will Never Breathe The Same Again

When we shorten our breaths, we become more anxious, and more susceptible to doom scrolling and staying online longer than we’d like. On the flipside, proper and mindful breathing can be a clue as to whether the technology is humanely designed to support our well-being.

The Social Dilemma
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A Netflix documentary featuring CHT's co-founders and advisors, this film explains how social media harms our mental health, relationships, and democracy

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Keeping kids safe

Children who are cyberbulllied are three times more likely to think about suicide. And, drive by shootings can be sparked by a post. Billions of inappropriate video are viewed by children every year.
How can we keep our kids safe from tech-instigated dangers?
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Safeguarding elections

False news spreads six times the speed of true news & false political news is more viral than any other type of false information. Over 50% of widely shared WhatsApp images contained misleading or false information during the 2018 Brazil presidential election.
How will we safeguard democracy from the influence of tech?
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7 hrs/day
Average amount of time teens spend looking at their smart phones, beyond screntime at school. 78% of teens, and 60% of adults, check their phone hourly (or more).
What are we missing out on in real life?
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