Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization. Galloway, A. R. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2004. Cited by 0533
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In 'Protocol' Alexander Galloway argues that the founding principle of the Net is control, not freedom, and that the controlling power lies in the technical protocols that make network connections (and disconnections) possible.
@book{galloway_protocol:_2004,
	address = {Cambridge, MA},
	title = {Protocol: {How} {Control} {Exists} {After} {Decentralization}},
	isbn = {0262072475  9780262072472  9780262572330 0262572338},
	shorttitle = {Protocol},
	abstract = {In 'Protocol' Alexander Galloway argues that the founding principle of the Net is control, not freedom, and that the controlling power lies in the technical protocols that make network connections (and disconnections) possible.},
	language = {English},
	publisher = {MIT Press},
	author = {Galloway, Alexander R.},
	year = {2004},
	note = {Cited by 0533},
	keywords = {computable space}
}
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