Dreams of freedom, dreams of domination

York, Jillian C.
January 2015
New Internationalist;Jan/Feb2015, Issue 479, p22
The article discusses the factors that contributed to the emergence of cyberspace. Topics noted include the vision of cyberspace, role of the popularity of Web 2.0 in the creation of large-scale centralized platform where people around the world could gather and connect, and impact of rules on cyberspace on Internet users.


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