Church, Brand, and State | Bronwyn Williams & Tom Goodwin [The Small Print]

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7 June 2021

In this episode of The Small Print, Bronwyn is joined by writer Tom Goodwin. They discuss the slippery slope of regulatory creep, brands and business acting as arbiters of justice, the concept of “brand-waggoning”, virtue-signalling versus being virtuous, and self-censorship in times of increased polarization. Bronwyn and Tom also explore possible ways of improving media — both social and mainstream. They look at the shortcomings of paywalling content, the possibility of state-sponsored social media platforms, and the pros and cons of regulatory bodies.

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