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==Context==
 
The early proponents of the World Wide Web (WWW) were attracted to the possibilities it provided for [[Anarchy]].
 
The early proponents of the World Wide Web (WWW) were attracted to the possibilities it provided for [[Anarchy]].
* Information wants to be Free.
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* Information wants to be Free. John Perry Barlow
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* [https://www.newyorker.com/news/letter-from-silicon-valley/what-is-it-about-peter-thiel What Is It About Peter Thiel?] <blockchain>in 1998, met a young cryptographer, Max Levchin, and invested in his startup. Within a year, Thiel was the C.E.O. of Levchin’s company, Confinity, which offered a money-transfer service called PayPal. For Thiel, the service had revolutionary potential: a digital wallet, he said, could lead to “the erosion of the nation-state.”</blockchain>
  
 
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[[Category: Philosophy]]
 
[[Category: Philosophy]]

Revision as of 21:27, 29 October 2021

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Anarchy is pretty much the best antonym for the Rule of Law.

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The early proponents of the World Wide Web (WWW) were attracted to the possibilities it provided for Anarchy.

  • Information wants to be Free. John Perry Barlow
  • What Is It About Peter Thiel? <blockchain>in 1998, met a young cryptographer, Max Levchin, and invested in his startup. Within a year, Thiel was the C.E.O. of Levchin’s company, Confinity, which offered a money-transfer service called PayPal. For Thiel, the service had revolutionary potential: a digital wallet, he said, could lead to “the erosion of the nation-state.”</blockchain>

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