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Emily Goldsher-Diamond , May 31st, 2017
Hacking has been on our minds for months now, namely due to the American (and now French) presidential election. But hacking has been of interest to scholars for decades, and in…
John Postill , March 17th, 2016
This is the thirty-first post in the freedom technologists series I am spending three busy weeks in Lima (Peru) as well as a few days in Quito (Ecuador)…
John Postill , August 20th, 2015
This is the twenty-second post in the Freedom technologists series. by Victor Lasa PhD candidate RMIT University, Melbourne In this second session of the monthly Digital Ethnography Reading…
John Postill , May 2nd, 2015
This is the 20th of 42 posts in the ongoing Freedom technologists series. By Sebastian Kubitschko via Civic Media Project Despite the longstanding equating of hacking as infused…