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Controls and freedom: Might and Paranoia in the Age of Fiber Optics - Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
The work, which combines archeology of mediums and cultural sciences of vision, contends that the web has evolved as a means of massive development, combining governance with liberty and democratic processes. What made the assumption that the free use of the Web, a controlling environment, was a free one? How is liberty no longer distinguishable from paraanoid scrutiny?
Featuring Controlling and freedom, Wendie Hui Kyong Chun examines the contemporary policy and technology linkage between liberty and governance by following the development of the Web as a massive media. She says that the concurrent (and paranoid) webs of myth as complete freedom/ complete domination result from our reducing our policy issues to technology.
Based on theories of Gilles Deleuze and Michel Foucault and the analysis of phenomenon such as webcams and facial expression technologies, Chun suggests that the relation between power and liberty in connected contacts is perceived and negated through sex and races. With the analysis of "pornocracy" she claims that the cyber porn and the government's efforts to regulation have turned the web into a market place for idea and goods.
While Chun discusses the way in which technology authorization has been merged with race authorization by web advertisers, and through detailed research by William Gibson's Neuromancer and Mamoru Oshii's Ghost in the Shell, she analyses the way people manage interaction in stories of the cyber. Chun contends that the Internet's democratic power does not come from the illusionary promise of personal authorization, but from the way it puts us (and other machines) in a way that we cannot monitor.
Employing fibre optical networking - lighting flowing through tube glasses - as methaphor and practice, Control and Freedom takes up the wealthy philosophy of lighting as a figment of knowing, clarifying, monitoring and disciplining to reason that fibre optical networking physical instances break illumination.