Internet Decolonisation

A large part of the Internet is effectively owned by former colonial powers. This applies both to the physical infrastructure of the Internet, as well as the content that is available for perusal.

The Robert Bosch Academy defines decolonisation as a strategy that connects a lot of different movements that question these power structures and attempt to challenge them.

It is our view that a human-centric networking architecture contributes to decolonisation by moving control over content away from centralized machines owned by digital colonialists, towards the individuals and communities that share such content.