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techno-utopianism

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  • The book is an excellent counter to the techno-utopianism that infects the IT field.

    Making Sense of It All: Getting Knowledge From Information

  • In fact, our debate about the Internet's role in democratization — increasingly dominated by techno-utopianism — is in dire need of moderation, for there are at least as many reasons to be skeptical.

    The Digital Dictatorship

  • The spirit of techno-utopianism in Washington rides so high it often seems that the Freedom Agenda has been reborn as the Twitter Agenda — perhaps only with more utopianism about both democratization and the Internet's role in it.

    The Digital Dictatorship

  • This kind of talk taps into a wide vein of techno-utopianism that has been around since at least the dawn of the Web.

    The Internet Helps Build Democracies

  • In fact, our debate about the Internet's role in democratization — increasingly dominated by techno-utopianism — is in dire need of moderation, for there are at least as many reasons to be skeptical.

    The Digital Dictatorship

  • The spirit of techno-utopianism in Washington rides so high it often seems that the Freedom Agenda has been reborn as the Twitter Agenda — perhaps only with more utopianism about both democratization and the Internet's role in it.

    The Digital Dictatorship

  • The belief that free and unfettered access to information, combined with new tools of mobilization afforded by blogs and social networks, leads to the opening up of authoritarian societies and their eventual democratization now forms one of the pillars of "techno-utopianism."

    The Digital Dictatorship

  • The excessive attention that many Western observers devoted to the role of the Internet in the Iranian protests also reveals another, more serious impact that techno-utopianism has on how we think about the Internet in an authoritarian context.

    The Digital Dictatorship

  • The excessive attention that many Western observers devoted to the role of the Internet in the Iranian protests also reveals another, more serious impact that techno-utopianism has on how we think about the Internet in an authoritarian context.

    The Digital Dictatorship

  • The belief that free and unfettered access to information, combined with new tools of mobilization afforded by blogs and social networks, leads to the opening up of authoritarian societies and their eventual democratization now forms one of the pillars of "techno-utopianism."

    The Digital Dictatorship

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  • Mentioned by Jonathan Kay of the National Post on the CBC National evening news in regard to the idea that hashtags and tweets can, somehow, effect real social change. The conversation was particularly in regards to the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls and the social media "activism" that has followed. 11 May 2014

    May 12, 2014