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The present and future of a centralized internet


"A centralized web of content, where the few define which frames should be applied and distributed, becomes a liability – the opposite of the open space the web was meant to create, and which many of us still believe can democratize the exercise of power by redistributing widely the power to construct meaning, and therefore the way we understand our identity, our relationships, and the world we live in."

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