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"The spread of information means that informal networks are undercutting the monopoly of traditional bureaucracy, with all governments less able to control their agendas"

Joseph S. Nye, professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School, discusses how the information revolution is transforming the nature of power
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Information will cause this world to  unite against the corruption that we have allowed to prosper in our midst. As long as we don't let them lock down our access of information again, we will cause a revolution this planet has never seen before. That revolution will be a revolution of the mind that will oust the corrupt oligarchs of this monetary prison we call civilization... but hey that's just me... you may all proceed to call me a conspiracy theorist lol
 
+Christopher Griswold Resource Based Economy just makes sense... tangible useful things are valuable not IOUs decreed as debit and credit
 
Already a done deal.  It is time for traditional bureaucracies to catch up with reality.

The power has shifted, get used to it.
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