In recent years, various internet gurus are expressing doubt about the dogma which preaches that internet is the ideal place for freedom of speech and safe interpersonal contact. If they are right, and this is no longer the case, who is in control? Maybe our approach would change if we realised how much the web is increasingly a space where the user is on probation and under observation, and where people spend a lot of their time: online they meet and get to know each other, exchange opinions, fall in love, and discuss politics and sex simultaneously. In Libertà Vigilata (translatable as ‘On Probation’), David Kaye has written a passionate report, an informed investigation on the risks that democracy is running, and also a powerful reminder of how we spend our time entrusting our data and opinions to people who could use them indiscriminately. If our present is being controlled, our future will likely be worse.
Format: 145x210 mm
Number of pages: 192
Release date: March 11, 2021.
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