Video via @TechPresident: “We Don’t Have the Internet We Think We Have” says @Rushkoff

That the Internet we have isn’t necessarily the one that popular conception holds that we have was an argument that popped up at Saturday’s PdF event on Wikileaks. Author Doug Rushkoff gave voice to it in his talk, captured above. The gist of Rushkoff’s argument: that Wikileaks has thrown into sharp relief the fact that while we might imagine a decentralized, peer-to-peer, distributed global network, the reality is that the Internet as we know it circa 2010 is a top-down one heavy on gatekeepers and corporate shaping.

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