Hilla Medalia

Filmmaker

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Filmmaker; director of Web Junkie,

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It's not uncommon to hear someone say they're "addicted to the Internet." In China, internet addiction is actually classified as a clinical disorder.

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It's not uncommon to hear someone say they're "addicted to the Internet." In China, internet addiction is actually classified as a clinical disorder.

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