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The Indro Montanelli park in downtown Milan in three days in May 2014, during WIRED NEXT FEST was a meeting point of the best of Italian digital culture. Spread within seven dome-shaped tents, from the Museum … Continue reading
In English, In french Mine eyes have seen the misery of the coming cyber wars my heart had felt the sorrow of young lives yet to fall my mind has been corrupted with the garbage cyber trolls and the Drones … Continue reading
It all started as Net.Art — an act of Net Hacktivism. “Les Liens Invisibles” are the Invisible Connections, Italians famous for creating disruption with fake websites. Their motto is “Don’t Blame the Fake, Become the Fake.” A Catholic politician once … Continue reading