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  1. 1. What I talk about when I talk about my research Mathias Klang @klangable
  2. 2. What I study
  3. 3. Context is everything
  4. 4. SimCity's homeless people are represented as yellow, two- dimensional, ungendered figures with bags in tow. Excerpt from Matteo Bittanti's How to Get Rid of Homelessness
  5. 5. Democracy Undone
  6. 6. Law Contextual & programmed social rules Architecture Control in analogue world Control in digital world
  7. 7. The problem with teleportation
  8. 8. The regulation of technology IS the regulation of democracy. If our technology isn’t free (as in freedom) then neither are we #ShareMyThesis
  9. 9. Blogger 1999Google 1999 Mathias Klang @klangable CC BY
  10. 10. The illusion of companionship without the demands of friendship Sherry Turkle
  11. 11. Where I am going now…
  12. 12. Are books dead and can authors & culture survive?
  13. 13. Sadly outdated (and seriously!! what is wrong with publishers???)
  14. 14. Privacy
  15. 15. Jeremy Bentham 1748 – 1832
  16. 16. Michel Foucault 1926 – 1984
  17. 17. Sousveillance: A gaze from below
  18. 18. “It is when you need to know”
  19. 19. Autoveillance: a gaze from within
  20. 20. Performance lifestyle
  21. 21. Funeral Selfies
  22. 22. Technoveillance – our devices are betraying us.
  23. 23. They are not our devices!
  24. 24. Regulation by proxy
  25. 25. Civil Disobedience
  26. 26. Rawles: Theory of Justice (1971) I shall assume, as requiring no argument, that there is, at least in a society such as ours, a moral obligation to obey the law, although it may, of course, be overridden in certain cases by other more stringent obligations.
  27. 27. H. A. Bedau: Civil Disobedience in Focus “committed openly…non-violently…and conscientiously…within the framework of the rule of law…with the intention of frustrating or protesting some law, policy or decision…of the government.”
  28. 28. Cult of the Dead cow 1996 We are HACKERS and we are HACKTIVISTS. Our mandate is to keep the Internet free, healthy, and adventurous. We will not be bullied. HACKTIVISTS are not the ones who decided to shackle free speech and the open exchange of ideas.
  29. 29. The Electrohippies vs cDc debate (2000)
  30. 30. Postman, Huxley, Social Media & LolCats
  31. 31. Activism or slacktivism?
  32. 32. Peter Singer: Civil disobedience ...if the aim of disobedience is to present a case to the public, then only such disobedience as is necessary to present this case is justified...if disobedience for publicity purposes is to be compatible with fair compromise, it must be non-violent.
  33. 33. Is this the face of disobedience?
  34. 34. Are we there yet?
  35. 35. Risk Society for information abuse
  36. 36. Which “class” will mitigate these risks?
  37. 37. “Experts” inhabit exclusive environments
  38. 38. a society examines that itself changes itself in the process
  39. 39. Whoever controls the media, the images, controls the culture.
  40. 40. Thank you.
  41. 41. Mathias Klang @klangable www.klangable.com Image & licensing info in the notes section of slides. Images at www.flickr.com (or specifically stated). This ppt licensed: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA Download presentation www.slideshare.net/klang