Monica Lewinsky:
El precio de la vergüenza

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"En 1998", dice Monica Lewinsky, "fui la paciente número cero en perder de forma casi instantánea la reputación personal a escala global". En la actualidad, el tipo de humillación pública en línea que ella tuvo que sufrir se ha convertido en una constante. En su discurso valiente, Mónica echa un vistazo a nuestra "cultura de la humillación", en la que la vergüenza en línea se contabiliza en dólares, reivindicando una forma diferente de actuar.

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Monica Lewinsky advocates for a safer and more compassionate social media environment, drawing from her unique experiences at the epicenter of a media maelstrom in 1998. Full bio
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