Meghan Markle is accused of “ripping off” the Netflix documentary The...

MEGHAN Markle was accused of “ripping off” a Netflix documentary in her speech about social media addiction.

The Duchess of Sussex’s 15-minute speech for a £ 1,342 an hour conference was found suspiciously similar by viewers for being suspiciously similar to Netflix’s The Social Dilemma.

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The Duchess of Sussex said she had concerns about people obsessed with social media

Not long after Meghan attended the Fortune Most Powerful Women Next Gen Virtual Summit yesterday, social media users pointed out that their comments on the dangers of social media addiction were almost identical to those from The Social Dilemma – Netflix ‘ Documentary about the dark side of social media.

Meghan told the online audience, “There are very few things in the world that you refer to the person who deals with it as a” user. ” People who are drug addicts and people on social media. ”

In The Social Dilemma, statistician Edward Tufte is quoted as saying, “There are only two industries that their customers refer to as” users: illicit drugs and software. ”

Some viewers accused Meghan of “plagiarism” and said she had “ripped off” the documentary.

One wrote, “Omg, so Meghan paid to speak for Fortune again and ripped the Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma Theory about social media users like drug addicts and had the cheek to say she was was not there [social media] for four years?

„The Tig? Sussex Royal Instagram? Twitter? Lügner.“

Another wrote: “Meghan plagiarized her quotes from the social dilemma.”

“Someone saw the social dilemma clearly recently,” said another.


How the quote appeared in Netflix’s The Social Dilemma.
The documentary explores the darker side of social media
The documentary explores the darker side of social media

The 39-year-old, who compared people on social media to drug addicts, said: “I haven’t been on social media for a long time for my own self-preservation. I had a personal account years ago that I closed.

“Then we had one through the institution in our UK office. It wasn’t managed by us, it was a whole team.

“That has to do with the area for the job. I personally chose not to have an account so I don’t know what’s out there and in many ways that helps me out.

“I have a lot of worries about people who are obsessed with it and part of our daily culture for so many people that it is an addiction, like many other things in the world.

She was accused of being one
She was accused of being a “liar” for saying she hadn’t been on social media in four yearsCredit: Assets
Meghan said she hasn't been on social media in a long time
Meghan said she hasn’t been on social media in a long time

“People who are addicted to drugs are called users, and people who are on social media are called users.

“And there is something in there that algorithmically creates this obsession, which I think is very unhealthy.”

Meg wore a blue and white dress and had her hair tied back. She said, “If you disagree [something]Don’t be part of the problem, be part of the solution.

“Don’t hate, share – share something from the right side of the problem to make it go viral.”

On the subject of “only reinforcing the positive” she added, “You are not rewarding bad behavior with your dog, so you shouldn’t do it with anything else.”

Prince Harry and Meghan recently spoke to Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousefzai
Prince Harry and Meghan recently spoke to Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousefzai

Meghan recommended remembering the phrase “my faith is greater than my fear” when acting.

She also said becoming a mother made her “more concerned about the future of the world” and thought about “how can I do better” for son Archie.

And she talked about how she “found the courage” to move to California and admitted, “It’s not easy.”

She was interviewed during a 15-minute web interview shown online for Fortune Most Powerful Women Next Gen Virtual Summit.

The online chat is taking place three weeks after a previous “next gen” summit when she denied being “flammable”.

Last night’s webinar was settled with Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, as “One on One: Brave Leadership”.

The chat in which Meg’s talk was announced last night was: “How do you lead with your values? We are joined by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, who tells how she learned to pursue her convictions in her words with deeds. ”

Last week, Meghan and Harry spoke to Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousefzai, 23, who was shot and pronounced dead by the Taliban for wanting to go to school.

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It came days after the Duchess said she was “the most trolled person in the world” and the online abuse “almost insurmountable” last year.

Harry and Meghan resigned as senior royals in late March.

They moved into a $ 14 million mansion in Montecito, California.

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