Internet governance shifting from civil society to government, and getting less free

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2 Responses to “Internet governance shifting from civil society to government, and getting less free”

  1. EH says:

    The Internet is currently acting as an object lesson in the encroachment of freedom. It’s a land grab where there is no structure of defense. Aboriginals the world over can tell us how this turns out.

  2. atimoshenko says:

    Anything that can be centrally controlled, will be. The only way for a system to remain free indefinitely is for it to be architected with decentralisation as one of its core organising principles.

    It’s why I think dumb-client-and-cloud services are not a great idea.

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