måndag 13 oktober 2014

Changing the internet is not "breaking the internet"


I have recently read Astra Taylor's book The People’s Platform, taking back power and culture in the digital age. It has been called a ”No Logo” for the internet, and shows a shift in the attitudes of left-wing thinkers towards the internet. When file-sharing and new web-driven business models started to cut into their pockets, sharing stopped to be caring.

In my article for Netopia on October 10th 2014, I discuss the The People's Platform, the expansion of the public service as a model for creative work and the implications for tech policy of the shift in progressives' and radicals' attitude towards net culture.

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