Julian Oliver

Part 5

“We think that the networks are so deterritorialized in the World Wide Web or up in the cloud that we don’t think about geography in the context of networks, or its political costs.” Julian Oliver goes through the issue of infrastructural sovereignty, as all the data traffic is routed and conveyed all around the world through the privately owned submarine cables. “You realize that in reality the Internet has never belonged to the people. It’s a highly privatized space.” The Men In Grey project as a reversed application of the man in the middle attack strategy.