Monthly Archives: June 2004

Information Technology’s Inbuilt (Progressive) Politics

This was a comment posted in response to one of Chris Lightfoot’s (ever interesting) posts: [Chris wrote] … Technologies may or may not have inbuilt politics. The printing press can be used for printing books, or printing identity cards; `trusted computing’ can be used to enforce digital rights management or to secure peer-to-peer networks. If […]

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