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But today is still credible to have information on paper?
Hasn't every information on paper transferred into a digital form?


Antonio: I don't know there is much going back but I often feel that the harmful effects of technological advances are not considered enough, or ignored. For example, given the recent banking crisis/bank runs, I'm surprised there isn't much discussion around the implications of doing all your banking on mobile apps.

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