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Toward a Politics of Anonymity: Algorithmic Actors in the Constitution of Collective Agency


By Ned Rossiter and Soenke Zehle The widespread adoption by users of social network media has increasingly rendered the border between life and labor indistinct. The human soul has been put to work, formatting its informatic expression in clouds without freedom.1 Some of the most radical political events witnessed over the past few years – […]

Acts of Translation: Organizing Networks as Algorithmic Technologies of the Common


By Ned Rossiter and Soenke Zehle Exodus from the General Intellect Defined by the informatization of life and labor, the networked condition is characterized by the comprehensive connection of users to circuits of capital via predominantly corporate communication and information infrastructures. The economic value of these engines of entry into a world of communicative commerce […]

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