5 comments on “Boundless Informant and the everyware war

  1. Reblogged this on Oren Stark and commented:
    Reading about code/space while also reading The Global Genome by Eugene Thacker makes me consider the question: is space the container or the material ‘itself’? Space and (bio)matter as encoded, either always already as an information system or transformable/translatable from matter to information, requires a presumption of the “knowability” of that information, i.e. what the data means. Unwittingly, I am positing that information:data as phenomena:noumena, where the NSA believes that when it (or an algorithm) ‘looks’ at data, it can determine knowable information, producing knowledge that validates itself merely by the processes of its production. Just a thought.

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