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Does the internet really give regular people more opportunity to be heard?


We're told by various sources in the media that the internet is making talking heads obsolete, that it's giving the voice and power to regular people. But if you look on Twitter, it's celebrities who have all the followers. Regular people can talk, but is anybody listening? Is the internet just a mirror of life outside the internet? Does it give the people more voice? Has it changed in this regard? Is this even a legitimate question? Answer as you like.

 

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