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Herlo Bianca et al. (Editors), "Practicing Sovereignty", transcript Verlag, 2021, DOI: 10.14361/9783839457603, License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Digital sovereignty has become a hotly debated concept. The current convergence of multiple crises adds fuel to this debate, as it contextualizes the concept in a foundational discussion of democratic principles, civil rights, and national identities: is (technological) self-determination an option for every individual to cope with the digital sphere effectively? Can disruptive events provide chances to rethink our ideas of society - including the design of the objects and processes which constitute our techno-social realities? The positions assembled in this volume analyze opportunities for participation and policy-making, and describe alternative technological practices before and after the pandemic.

Keywords

Digital Sovereignty, Digital Literacy, Activism, Privacy, Crisis, Design, Diagnosis Of Our Time, Internet, Democracy, Media Philosophy, Social Inequality

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