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As we sit within touching distance of 2020, we're at a reckoning point socially, culturally and politically: Digital platforms including Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and YouTube are facing a backlash from users, media, regulators, politicians, governments and, in some cases, even the founders and early executives who built them.

The ill effects of a constantly dopamine-hit society, one created over the past decade, is now apparent. One of these effects is what Skift termed last year as "permanxiety," or the never-ending anxious state of the world.

What does the coming tech backlash mean for the world of travel?

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