Meghan Markle’s speech on social media aroused suspicions in some people who decided to investigate thoroughly and discovered that the words of the Duchess of Sussex are plagiarized.
Meghan Markle’s speech on social media is plagiarism
Just a few days ago, Meghan participated in the Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit event, organized by Fortune magazine, where she spoke about the power of social media and even called it a drug.
“There are very few things in this world where the person who is interacting with it is called a ‘user’. People addicted to drugs are called ‘users’; and people who use social networks, too, “said Meghan Markle.
This testimony, in addition to adding that the algorithms of social networks cause addiction in people that greatly damages health, aroused the curiosity of Internet users who discovered that the Duchess took those words from the Netflix documentary “The dilemma of social networks” .
The most attentive, they realized the similarities of his words with the documentary, especially in the phrase:
“There are only two industries that call their customers users: illegal drugs and software.” Just like the documentary says.
The Duchess did not cite the source of those words and appropriated those statements, which earned her several criticisms through the networks, especially for not being able to make her own speech.