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The Plugged In Show

with Adam Holz, Johnathan McKee, and Paul Asay
Episode 243: What Are Dark Patterns? plus: A Conversation with Sing Sing Director Greg Kwedar Thursday, July 18, 2024
Our world is full of things we should know about, but maybe we don’t. The Plugged In team examines dark patterns online—deceptive practices and tactics that get you to sign up for things you don’t want or spend more money than you intend to. They’ll encourage you to keep your eyes open so you can protect your family. Then Paul Asay talks with Greg Kwedar, the director of the new movie Sing Sing.   Get your copy of Becoming a Screen-Savvy Family!    Connect with us! www.ThePluggedInShow.com Connect on Facebook Find us on Instagram EMAIL: [email protected] PHONE: 800-A-FAMILY (800-262-3459)   Read the full review: ·       I Am Legend ·       Cobra Kai ·       Star Wars: Hunters ·       Beekeeper Check out Kennedy’s blog post: ·       Identifying Dark Patterns and Protecting Your Kids Against Them   Focus on the Family with Jim Daly Episode: How Your Family Can Manage Technology Well Part 1 How You Can Make Wise Entertainment Choices for Your Family   Donate Now!   We'd love to hear from you! Visit our Homepage to leave us a voicemail.   If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback.

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