Why Clubhouse Is The Perfect App For Dangerous Digital Misinformation

Why Clubhouse Is The Perfect App For Dangerous Digital Misinformation

By Jessica Ramos

 

You’ve probably heard of the invite-only audio app that recently raised $10 million in support. An app so exclusive you have to be an iOS-user with an invite from an existing member to even join. This app is Clubhouse. The creators dropped the beta version with perfect timing as the world stayed home and people grappled with loneliness amplified by strict lockdown regulations amidst COVID-19. The app functions like a forum of different rooms where people come together to discuss a specific topic. There are no visuals, just audio, and the functionality of the app invites long-winded answers from a panel of unmoderated and uncredited “experts.” 

This TikTok by Nadiyah, while funny, is not really an exaggeration, and sums up the way members engage on Clubhouse. She notes: “...for somebody like me, who is an entrepreneur, actor, singer, model, developer, sandwich artist, and skydiver.” Bios are your landing page, and for a society of creatives trying to kee...

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