Regarding DISA, GIG, Domain Awareness System et al.,

ICYMI, Ingrid Burrington explored the contemporary state of networks as weapons systems, exemplified by the terms of “network-centric warfare” and “network-centric policing“.

Therein she argues;

In the face of an increased militarization, policing, and weaponization of networked space, the act of building an entirely separate, global parallel network requires an act of secession—not merely in a figurative John Perry Barlow sense, but a heavy, physical, infrastructural one whose borders, frankly, will never be legitimized…we can carve out pockets of opposition and contingency within the networks we have

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