Author Andrew Keen offers a stirring guide to how the Internet has changed everything—mostly for the worse. Here’s yet another in a growing list of books attacking the brave new Internet-centric world we live in. Keen argues that “rather than democracy and diversity…all we’ve got from the digital revolution so far is fewer jobs, an overabundance of content, an infestation of piracy, a coterie of Internet monopolists, and a radical narrowing of our economic and cultural elite.”
Fouad Bendris’s insight:
It’s difficult not to agree with his heartfelt rage at the prevalence of digital piracy …
If the Internet is not the answer, what is the answer?
Source:: Strategy & Governance