“Free internet and free society are compromised.”

Talk Europe! with Vuk Ćosić

The Internet became THE big thing in the early 90s. So were the historic changes that took place across Europe. The world and Europe seemed to be gearing up for a better future.

The Slovenian artist Vuk Ćosić, founder of the net.art movement, is one of the pioneers of the Internet revolution. He believes that the expectations have not been met and that today both the freedom of the Internet and free society are being compromised.

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This text and video is published under the Creative Commons License: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0. The name of the author/rights holder should be mentioned as followed. Author: Jovana Trifunovic and Igor Bararon / tippingpoint.net. Cover picture: Vuk Ćosić, Bang, 2010. Courtesy of the artist


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