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  • Courageous and provocative

    Massimo Moruzzi questions the very foundation of the internet we all take for granted. From it's public beginning to the current information wars for its domination. What was once the medium to set us free has enslaved us in more ways than one. Modern corporations now put nation states to shame with levels of control dictators of every persuasion could once only dream of. If you've ever wondered where the future is heading and why, this courageous and provocative book provides questions that need to be asked now more than ever.

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  • Important

    All about the technological development are included in this book. Read and enjoy it.

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  • Great piece of thought

    It's a very insightful reflection on things and Iife in the era of internet. Very intelligently written in a collection of nearly unbeatable statements.

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  • I liked it though it had some errors

    Pretty decent. I liked it. A nice light read and pretty insightful. Though I would like to note that the understanding of the history of the American left is pretty lacking and that liberalism isn't leftism as liberalism is still capitalist, though a socially progressive, therefore it's not leftist. The hippies didn't cause the rise of california liberalism. Neoliberalism did.

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  • Very short an uninformative

    This book took me maybe twenty minutes to read and didn't really do anything but take quotes from other published pieces of work. I also found spelling errors through out this writing.

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