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Internet Daemons: Digital Communications Possessed

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Internet Daemons: Digital Communications Possessed
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Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
ISBN-13: 9781452961743
Number of pages: 336

Description:
Fenwick McKelvey weaves together history, theory, and policy to give a full account of where daemons come from and how they influence our lives -- including their role in hot-button issues like network neutrality. He asks important questions about how much control is being handed over to these automated, autonomous programs, and the consequences for transparency and oversight.

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