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Matt Bartlett is an Auckland-based writer who teaches law at the University of Auckland. He writes about the intersection of technology and society.
If there's one lesson to take from our widely praised Covid-19 response, it's that real societal change is possible – as long as the political will is there.
Tinder became the world's most popular dating app by promising serendipitous connections with strangers, but there's nothing random about the way it works.
It's OK if you don't come out of lockdown with abs.