[NetBehaviour] free culture

{ brad brace } bbrace at eskimo.com
Tue Jul 28 15:15:42 CEST 2015

"Some years ago, the elements (ideas, conceptions, practices, people)
that compose the current (so-called) Free Culture movement were
appropriated by the bureaucrat and the capitalist. The ones that made
use of the technologies and available media to the creation of actions
that provided the debate on new perspectives of possible social
arrangements (obtained by tools such as free licenses, networks of
communication, open source software), are today digested by the old
apparatuses and social mechanisms that once they have used and
questioned. They participated, many times unconsciously, in a
"socio-professional trainingâ" in order to occupy the same functions
established for the maintainers of a system that is distant from what we
imagine as a possible human grouping, even more distanced from freedom."


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