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Category Archives: technocracy

By Stephen Green August 26, 2019 In China, it’s becoming common for subjects of the Communist state’s growing digital apparatus to be denied air travel or business class train tickets, have their internet bandwidth throttled, have their kids denied admission to better schools, denied employment in certain sectors, or even have their dogs taken away. […]

by Chip Murray  May 27, 2018 Innumerable confusions and a feeling of despair invariably emerge in periods of great technological and cultural transition…The global village is a little town where everybody is maliciously engaged in poking his nose into everybody else’s business. You don’t necessarily have harmony. ~ Marshall McLuhan Nothing like the musings of prognosticators […]