The End of Cyberspace
Alexis C. Madrigal
Internet theorists and companies once declared themselves free of nations and governance, but that’s all over now.
Great read by
...when utopian anarchy turned into a lawless shopping mall (my analogy not his- all of which are better)
"Day by day, regulators are clawing back the cyberspace into reality." As predicted by Goldsmith and Wu in their 2008 book "Who controls the Internet?"
The current state of technology owes much to a single monumental change: the breakdown of the idea of cyberspace as a place separate from the rest of the world, writes
"The model of a globally interconnected society that did not need regulation or the interference of bureaucrats simply did not work." on #cyberspace via
Kathryn de Wit
"Et tu, Brute?" indeed. Excellent piece from
on the end of the tech-Libertarian honeymoon.