A New Social Contract for the Digital Age

The Digital Age has revolutionized the media industry by changing it from a centralized, one-way flow of information to a free-flowing system where multiple people, regardless of status, can participate. While this is a great change caused by technology, this is not the case with youth employment. Social inequality is growing larger in many countries across the globe, and technology is a factor in this divide.

Learn more about a new social contract for the Digital Age in Don Tapscott’s video blog this week.

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