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This is the year of Gen Z. 

Greta Thunberg told the world that we need to get serious about climate change, now. 

BTS took pop music by storm, and ushered in a new era of fandom.

Emma Chamberlain became one of YouTube’s biggest stars, by being everyone’s best friend. 

Take a look at the biggest conversations happening on the internet, and you’re guaranteed to find Gen Z at the forefront. 

Enter The Take, the new newsletter from the Telegraph that decodes the stories generating the most likes, and dislikes, online. 

Meme-aficionado Naomi Southwell will be joined by our next generation of journalists to bring you their take on everything from cancel culture to climate change. 

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