You're asked to agree or disagree - the result is your answer.
Some people - although not many - do disagree by the way, and of course it's still possible to live your life with the minimum of involvement with digital technology. Here in the first world it has permeated pretty well every part of our society, but I sometimes visit places where it seems to have made little impact as yet.
I think that here it's effect is felt most, and felt most annoyingly by many, in telephone communications. In particular where your option is not on the list and you cannot speak to a human being and often have to exit and begin all over again. This kind of thing is particularly confusing and alienating to the elderly.
I wasn't concerned about the grammer. Just thought that anyone reading it and voting was already embracing D.T. Whilst you can minimise your involvement with society, if you use the phone, purchase food, consume electricity, use the banking system etc. D.T. will have played a part.
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