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Resistance & Technology: Functionally Equivalent Resistance – A non-discriminatory view of technology

University of Göteborg, 14/02/2008


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Resource IDklang2001
Resource titleResistance & Technology: Functionally Equivalent Resistance – A non-discriminatory view of technology
Author(s)Mathias Klang
Publication/ sourceUniversity of Göteborg
Date published14/02/2008
Summary text/ abstractThe purpose of this chapter is to look at the ways in which technology can be used in civil disobedience. The chapter will analyze the legal weaknesses faced by those wishing to conduct acts of civil disobedience using the Internet as a communications infrastructure. This approach is often referred to as functional equivalence and this chapter will address the following questions. What is functional equivalence? What obstacles are faced by disobedience online? Is the Internet failing as an infrastructure of democratic disobedience?
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Hacktivism, Peace
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