Victoria Schwartz describes an Internet phenomenon that has received very little public attention to date: people who become victims of emotional connections to fake identities in social networks.
Why is the neoliberal system of rule so stable? Why is there hardly any opposition to it? Despite the ever greater divide between rich and poor?
Berlin-based curator and artist Robert Sakrowski talks about the influence multinational corporations have on cultural reality.
In her essay, Dr Clare Sullivan, Professor of Law at Georgetown University, Washington, advocates every individual’s right to his or her own digital identity.
In her essay, Dr Katie Ellis, Senior Research Fellow at Curtin University Australia explores the question what constitutes our identity in the Facebook age.
Prelude to the online performance "The Possibility of an Army".