The Mission to Decentralize the Internet

In the nineteen-seventies, the Internet was a small, decentralized collective of computers. The personal-computer revolution that followed built upon that foundation, stoking optimism encapsulated by John Perry Barlow's 1996 manifesto " A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace. " Barlow described a chaotic digital utopia, where "netizens" self-govern and the institutions of old hold no sway.

Mátyás Czél

Source: The Mission to Decentralize the Interne
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