Landnahme, analog und digital. Ursprüngliche Akkumulation in den Kontrollgesellschaften

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Landnahme, analog und digital. Ursprüngliche Akkumulation in den Kontrollgesellschaften. / Nigro, Roberto; Stubenrauch, Heiko.

in: Behemoth : a Journal on Civilization, Jahrgang 14, Nr. 2, 2021, S. 61-74.

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abstract = "In this article, we characterise the digitisation of the lifeworld led by platformcompanies as digital land grabbing and look at it in the mirror of the(analogue) land grabbing described by Karl Marx as primitive accumulation.While through analogue land grabbing, a situation was violently broughtabout in which the workers were forced to enter into exploited wage employmentor die of starvation, through digital land grabbing, a situation emergedin which one has to enter into exploited data employment (and produce datafor platform companies) or die social death. Just as Silvia Federici understandsanalogue land grabbing as a counter-revolutionary reaction to latemedieval peasant uprisings, we want to interpret digital land grabbing andthe emergence of data labour as a counter-revolutionary reaction to the micropoliticalliberation movements that put pressure on Fordist and post-Fordist capitalism in the 20th century.",
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