SIGINT10 - final10

Konferenz für Netzbewohner, Hacker und Aktivisten

Dmytri Kleiner
Day Day 2 - 2010-05-23
Room Konferenzraum (MP6)
Start time 21:00
Duration 00:45
ID 3821
Event type Lecture
Track Aktivisten
Language used for presentation English

peer to peer communism vs the client-server state

The Political Economy of Network Topologies

The Telekommunist Manifesto is an exploration of class conflict and property born in the realization of the primacy of economic capacity in social struggles.

Emphasis is placed on the distribution of productive assets and their output, keeping the analysis firmly tethered to the understanding that wealth and power are intrinsically linked, and only through the former can the later be achieved. The Manifesto is a critique of liberal views of free software and free culture and offers structures for radical alternatives, including copyfarleft and venture communism.

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