The metaphorical ink was hardly dry on last week’s “2017: Year of Technocracy” editorial when a flood of stories twittered their way across the newswire to confirm my predictions in spades:
- CES 2017 is all about cars, drones, smart devices, TVs, and drones
- Staying Off Grid When “Nearly Everything Is Chipped, Almost Everything Is Tracked”
- The Privacyless, Freedomless Smart City of 2030 the Elite Are Engineering
- EU Council Requests The Registration Of Bitcoin Users
- China Launches Bitcoin Crackdown: PBOC Will Probe Abnormal Investor Behavior “And Rectify Misbheavior”
It may seem like a hopeless situation. Caught between the rock of our increasingly technological lives and the hard place of total tracking, surveillance and control, it’s easy to simply throw in the towel and resign ourselves to the boot stamping on the human face forever.
But as bleak as things seem in the short term, I’m equally convinced that in the long term we are going to see a world of uncontrollable, uncensorable, irrepressible technological innovation, a world where decentralized, peer-to-peer communities of interest are the norm and the idea of centralized surveillance control grids are a thing of the past.
Believe it or not, there are already people working on the forerunners to this world of decentralized, peer-to-peer freedom solutions. The technocrats would obviously prefer you not know about them. So today let’s examine a few of these technologies and what they’re helping to achieve…
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