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Pax Technica - Short

This is the short Prezi for introducing the ideas in "Pax Technica: How the Internet of Things May Set Us Free or Lock Us Up
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Phil Howard

on 10 November 2015

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Transcript of Pax Technica - Short

WHAT IS
?
Internet of Things
Democracy defined by the relationship between people and their devices.
PAX
Will the
Lock Us Up or Set us Free?
THE
THINGS
OF
INTERNET

PRINCIPLES
CLASH
THE
GREAT TRANSFORMATION
OF
DEVICES
THE
Not peace, but stability through pacts.
Government and tech industry bound in mutual defense, design collaboration, standards setting & data mining.
CONSEQUENCES
AND
Phil Howard
@pnhoward
#paxtechnica
This work can be cited as Howard, P. (2015). Pax Technica [Prezi]. Retrieved from philhoward.org and paxtechnica.org. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - Non Commercial - Share Alike 4.0 International License.
Phil Howard @pnhoward
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A Better IoT
Report Ultimate Beneficiary
An IoT that Tithes
Additional Opt-Ins
Extended Non-Profit Rule
A weaponized IoT
cyber-deterrence
Technology trumps governments
self-governance
Technology trumps ideology
technology clash
Collective action problems solved
connective action
Big data builds human security
connective security
PROPOSITIONS
CONSEQUENCES
AND
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