A World Where All Links Are Treated Equal?

A World Where All Links Are Treated Equal?
technology

Media artist Cory Arcangel discusses censorship as related to the activity of linking.

Lisa Baldini
  • 21 september 2010

Media artist Cory Arcangel recently published his musings on “links pages”. The activity of linking to sites is nothing new or spectacular, but considering the political history of the Internet, the act of linking and the information allowed provides for a contentious issue, whereby censorship, networks and hubs become a means of denying access or covering up information.

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