The great war of enclosure: securing the skies

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Shaw, Ian G.R.;
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Swarms of police drones, fleets of overhead delivery bots, and flocks of private security drones are set to multiply the complex interfaces between state, capital, and sense. This paper explores the military and economic enclosure of the atmosphere by drones. For centur... View more
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