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On Tuesday, Meghan Markle publicly spoke about the digital media landscape and how the anonymity of the internet has negatively affected both our relationship with our self and with those around us.

The Duchess of Sussex attended the summit from her Santa Barbara mansion and told the viewers : ′′We have got to put all our trust in something that is true and we need reliable media and news sources that tell us the truth…when you know something is wrong, report it, talk about it.

It is like we live in the future when we talk about bots and trolls and all of these things, she continued. It seems so fantastical, but that’s actually the current state of affairs and that shapes how we interact online and offline — and that is the part that is important. It is not simply an isolated experience. It transcends into how you interact with anyone around you and also your own relationship with yourself as well.

She then addressed the media reaction to her and her public appearances, saying : â It’s about being authentic. If you look back at anything I’ve said, it’s really interesting because of the way things end up which is most often inflammatory are people’s interpretations of it. However, if you listen to what I say, it is not controversy. Some of it is actually reactive to things that haven’t happened. Which I think is quite a bit of gravity in a misinterpretation that could be a lot of danger in some way. But this is again a result of what is happening right now for all of us.”

Markle concluded that we are all going through a reset and that we are all going through a moment of reckoning — and possibly a reevaluation of what really matters. For me, it’s been amazing spending time with my husband and watching our little one grow, and that’s where our attention has been in addition to how we can be part of the transformation of energy that so many people are craving right now and what we can do to help to help in that capacity.”

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