“To decarbonize, we need to decomputerize.”

Ben Tarnoff is a tech worker, writer, and co-founder of Logic Magazine. He has written about technology and politics for the New York Times, the Guardian, the New Republic, and Jacobin. His most recent book Internet for the People: The Fight for Our Digital Future tells the story of the privatization that made the modern internet, and which set in motion the crises that consume it today. It calls for abolishing the walled gardens of Google, Facebook, and the other giants that dominate our digital lives and developing publicly and cooperatively owned alternatives that encode real democratic control.

“Ben Tarnoff is the best kind of visionary: deeply knowledgeable, intensely practical, and utterly committed to the transformation of an abusive and corrupt status quo.” – Naomi Klein

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