(this post comes from our sister project, the Ubiquitous Commons: http://www.ubiquitouscommons.org/ubiquitous-commons-article-on-nova-24-on-il-sole24ore-governing-hyperconnectivity/)
An article has appeared today on Nòva 24 on il Sole 24 Ore, explaining the major concepts regarding the Ubiquitous Commons, as well as a series of scenarios on health, science, open access, privacy and the transformation of the concept of property.
The article can be seen in the print version of the newspaper on sale today (March 1st 2015) and you can see a preview in the scans below.
A series of accompanying articles (also accessible through the augmented reality application for Nòva24) can be accessed here:
- an overview of the scenario describing how Ubiquitous Commons works, and its implications: http://nova.ilsole24ore.com/progetti/le-nuove-regole-per-i-network
- a scenario for the evolution of health: http://nova.ilsole24ore.com/frontiere/modello-peer-to-peer-per-la-salute
- the transformation of property: http://nova.ilsole24ore.com/frontiere/possesso-a-sovranita-limitata?nmll=2707
- data and freedoms: http://nova.ilsole24
ore.com/frontiere/il -compresso-tra-dati- e-liberta
The articles are in Italian, and they will soon be translated in other languages.
Here are some preview scans below: