“Plausible deniability: the cancer of tech’s very own century, pwned” – a short #proposal

From software bugs and corporate CEOs of charismatic leadership to political & media fakeries and utterly implausible diesel-emission tests, tech’s plausible deniability has meant that the buck now stops anywhere but here. In my proposed #PhD I want to: a)…

"Plausible deniability: the cancer of tech's very own century, pwned" - a short #proposal

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From software bugs and corporate CEOs of charismatic leadership to political & media fakeries and utterly implausible diesel-emission tests, tech’s plausible deniability has meant that the buck now stops anywhere but here.

In my proposed #PhD I want to:
a) start out by provisionally evidencing that this is the case, in order that we might
b) provide the tech tools so ordinary people can begin to capture, evidence and validate the random in their lives that their intuition has been telling them all along most obviously isn’t; and, through such a platform, hence become capable of
c) creating a new universal legal figure of “neo-terrorism on the individual”, which we can collectively and judiciously pursue.

This will allow criminal justice and mental health legislations across the world to properly investigate, charge, sentence and punish the criminals and zemiological individuals, organisations and networks responsible for such activities.

These activities are, it is suggested, currently being carried out against sovereign and democratic human beings in Western liberal democracies, often without their victims’ clear knowledge.

They should stop: activities and actors both.

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