The Death of the Internet

I think this underestimates just how much the Internet came out of the military industrial complex but it’s dead on about Faceook and social media being AOL 2.0. Let’s at least get back to the open source model of the late 1990s and early 2000s.

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  1. The Age of Surveillance Capitalism studies Google and Facebook “behavior control” becoming status quo. Every citizen needs software and coding skills, as important as reading and writing. To control the controllers we need to control our devices – if turning off data collection and manipulation, we can escape . BUT “social controls” can be beneficial, and individualism as an extreme leaves no inputs to what “civilization” needs to continue. McCluhan’s global village” has United us as All In One, as selfishness rules our lives.

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