Commit 25ae5995 authored by Nicolás Reynolds's avatar Nicolás Reynolds Committed by Mauricio Pasquier Juan

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si de lectrodomésticos informacionales se tratara.
The initial P2P architecture of the Internet,
based on the end-to-end principle, has been distorted into a client-server
format where the server has the absolute authority over the client,
who stands unprotected with limited intervention possibility (Kempf and
Austein 2004). The “addiction” of the client to assign tasks, which
concern him/her on the first place, to the supposed convenience that the
server offers is a phenomenon observed in proprietary, centralised social
networks and SaaS models (i.e., “Software as a Service” acronym;
for example, think of Facebook). This exemplifies the tendency of the
user population to neutralise and detach from issues important for their
online and offline future. Further, in this contradictory framework we
The initial P2P architecture of the Internet, based on the end-to-end
principle, has been distorted into a client-server format where
the server has the absolute authority over the client, who stands
unprotected with limited intervention possibility (Kempf and Austein
2004). The “addiction” of the client to assign tasks, which concern
him/her on the first place, to the supposed convenience that the server
offers is a phenomenon observed in proprietary, centralised social
networks and SaaS models (i.e., “Software as a Service” acronym; for
example, think of Facebook). This exemplifies the tendency of the user
population to neutralise and detach from issues important for their
online and offline future.
La arquitectura P2P inicial de la Internet, basada en el principio de
extremo-a-extremo, ha sido distorsionada hacia un formato
cliente-servidor donde el servidor tiene autoridad absoluta sobre el
cliente, que se encuentra desprotegido y con posibilidad de intervención
limitada [@kempf-austein-2004]. La "adicción" del cliente a asignar
tareas, que le conciernen a él/ella en primer lugar, por la supuesta
conveniencia que el servidor ofrecer es un fenómeno observado en las
redes sociales y los modelos SaaS[^SaaS]. Esto ejemplifica la tendencia
de la población usuaria a neutralizar y disociarse de problemas
importantes para su futuro en y fuera de línea.
[^SaaS]: Acrónimo de "Software as a Service" \[Software como Servicio\],
por ejemplo Facebook.
Further, in this contradictory framework we
observe nuanced changes not only in the institutional design concerning
the Internet but also in the used terminology. For instance, see the
shift from “free” to just “open source” software. The term
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