Schlagwort-Archiv: Macht

Dismemegage.

We believe that visual memes and memetic engagement are tools with great potential for the USG as it looks to counter the information activities of state and non-state actors and more proactively engage audiences online.

Vera Zakem, Megan K. McBride, Kate Hammerberg: Exploring the Utility of Memes for U.S. Government Influence Campaigns

Tidymania.

The Will to Order can make tyrants out of those who merely aspire to clear up a mess.

Aldous Huxley: Brave New World Revisited

Gewohltheit.

But the nature of power is such that even those who have not sought it, but have had it forced upon them, tend to acquire a taste for more.

Aldous Huxley: Brave New World Revisited

Passbdsmword.

If I ever want to change my app settings, I can always text my friend and ask for the pin—but for me, I find this social layer makes a big difference. Having a friend in charge of the pin is somewhere between BDSM and making your intention concrete through spectacle, like with marriage.

Max Fowler: A harm-reduction guide to using your phone less

Live and let leave.

Gentrifizieren wir den shit out of our oppresser’s voice in uns.

Feministische Fetzen: Liebe Freund*innen. (Hold on to goldene Schnatz-Momente)

Intrusion by Default.

The combination of privacy intrusive defaults and the use of dark patterns, nudge users of Facebook and Google, and to a lesser degree Windows 10, toward the least privacy friendly options to a degree that we consider unethical. We question whether this is in accordance with the principles of data protection by default and data protection by design, and if consent given under these circumstances can be said to be explicit, informed and freely given.

Forbrukerrådet: DECEIVED BY DESIGN — How tech companies use dark patterns to discourage us from exercising our rights to privacy (2018-06-27)

A lot.

They probably would never have noticed they did.

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