Duchess Meghan Markle accused of plagiarizing a speech

Again, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, starred in another scandal among users of social networks; this time, it was due to an accusation of plagiarism in one of his speeches. Last Tuesday he attended the event Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, organized by Fortune magazine.

At the summit, several topics were mentioned, but the one in which she intervened was about social networks and their impact on society.

“There are very few things in this world, in which the person who is interacting with it is called ‘user’. People addicted to drugs are called ‘users’; and people who use social networks, too, “said Meghan Markle.

Another of their testimonies that reinforced their participation, had to do with emphasizing that social networks “they are an addiction“, And invited those present to use personal accounts, as she did.

He also stressed that there must be an algorithm that causes this addiction in people, which greatly damages their health.

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After his intervention, several of the attendees denounced in the social network of Twitter, that the woman of the prince harry got his blunt words from the documentary “The social media dilemma“, del canal de Netflix.

Some of the most attentive, realized the similarities of his words with the audiovisual, especially in the following sentence: “There are only two industries that call their customers users: illegal drugs and software“.

It seems that the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, did not correctly quote the shocking testimonials of the video on the streaming platform. In the aforementioned documentary, the large industries highlight the most used strategies to keep their users connected, and what are the risks of this action.

Information courtesy of Digital Caraota

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