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Avoiding Authentic Dialogue

Most people have gotten used to others not listening to what they want to say, so they have stopped demanding others to listen.

Most of the talk doesn't go beyond the usual jokes and social niceties, as deeply personal talk is now being considered as a burden on others.

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This rule states that only a small section of users (around 1%) in any given platform (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and many others) post any content actively.

It is getting awkward for some to talk face to face, and email or text conversations seem more efficient and lead to better screening.

Most of us have encountered people around us, friends, family or colleagues, who aren't the best of listeners.

The Political landscapes across the globe were proving drastically wrong forecasts, with improbably wrong polling data.

Due to an increase in distractions, listening now takes a lot more effort than before.

By deriving polling data from social media and quoting trending soundbites from Twitter and Facebook, real voices that may not be trending and of any interest to politicians, lobbyists, activists or business interests are losing ground.

Fake accounts and bots are repeating the narrative across the internet to shape the perception as per need.

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