Consent of the networked the worldwide struggle for internet freedom is a book written by rebecca mackinnon and released in 2012 it discusses internet censorship and the ways in which companies which manage internet communication are assuming responsibilities formerly held by governments. Consent of the networked the worldwide struggle for internet freedom rebecca mackinnon netizen a citizen of the internet hacktivist when the egyptian government shut down the internet on january 27 2011 a worldwide community of activist programmers and engineers hacktivists sprang into action. Consent of the networked is a call to action our freedom in the internet age depends on whether we defend our rights on digital platforms and networks in the same way that people fight for their rights and accountable governance in physical communities and nations. In an age where technology companies censor and turn over users personal information at the behest of government internet policy expert rebecca mackinnon argues a different approach to protecting our personal liberties and freedoms in consent of the networked mackinnon proposes focusing policy upstream at the point of conception and innovation to ensure accountability is built into . Consent of the networked will become the seminal book defining this fundamentally new and important way to think about the future of citizenship in the digital age joi ito director mit media lab consent of the networked is a must read for anyone interested in freedom of personal and political expression in the 21st century its
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