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[ox-en] Where / who is the enemy?

Hi list!

The final issue which came up during the P2P workshop I want to
present here was: Who and where is the enemy?

If we think that peer production is subversive to capitalism then who
is protecting capitalism? Classicaly this was a task for the state.
However, nowadays at least in the EU the states are quite in favor of
Free Software and things like OpenAccess.

Michel thinks that hacking is not antagonistic to anything but a new
life practice and therefore there is no enemy. I tend to agree on the
"not-antagonistic" part but to me this doesn't explain why resistance
is low. Or do we still not yet saw the maximum resistance?

May be someone here has answers or interesting ideas?



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