Governments under the neoliberal veil have become janitors for tech billionaires. When the state can’t or won’t pay to clean up, the mess falls to citizen-consumers, who become wards of disorder by default. The growing disorder engenders yet greater dependence on the magic dust of big tech, even as the detritus it produces grows on the vines of democracy everywhere. How did this happen? And what would it take to subvert?
|Place of Publication||Craigburn Farm, SA|
|Publisher||The Circus Bazaar Company|
|Number of pages||182|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
- post-human science
- social engineering