In affluent states, technology has become ubiquitous; the challenge today is to give people access to technology in a way that is not exploitative and controlling. That process begins by making the knowledge of how to manipulate ‘stuff’ open; and where necessary challenging the monopoly restrictions of intellectual property by freely circulating that knowledge in ways that circumvent the stifling controls on free speech that the concentration of social/mass media ownership creates.
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