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It is quite possible that we have never lied more. This has been a year of unpleasant new media coinages: “fake news, ” “post-truth, ” “alternative facts.” In our private lives, technological advancement makes lying incrementally easier: Fibbing to a partner that you’re “working late” slips out more easily screen-to-screen than face-to-face (although, even in person, 60 percent of us can’t go 10 minutes without lying). Social media has accelerated the speed at which lies of all stripes are disseminated

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