The nation state is the single most important source of identification in our societies. The Internet is not the first to challenge its concept, but it’s probably the most successful.
The Internet as we know it has come under threat. As governments and large corporations poise themselves to take control, the question is: What can we as individual users do?
Instead of adapting our democracy to new circumstances and insights, we’re trying to organize it with the 1989 Game Boy because we use the 2014 iPad to watch cat videos.