Eine kurze Geschichte des Internets

Die Inkorporation des Internets in kapitalistische Verhältnisse ist keinesfalls abgeschlossen und noch immer umkämpft

  • Susanne Lang
Schlagworte: Politische Ökonomie, Internet, Kapitalismus, Industrie 4.0, Geschichte des Internets

Abstract

 The design and development of the internet is conceptualized in three stages: the basic technological development and the social and political preconditions for its dispersion can be traced back to 1962 until 1992. Afterwards the technology is being appropriated and incorporated into the capitalist mode of production. From 1993 until 2003 buisiness models and commercial enterprises arise and reshape the Service Sector. Finally, when the capitalist incorporation is completed in 2004, the phase of extensive and intensive expansion and its subsequent conquer of new markets proceeds.

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Susanne Lang

Susanne Lang ist Online-Redakteurin und Autorin in Berlin.

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Veröffentlicht
2017-03-01
Zitationsvorschlag
Lang, S. (2017). Eine kurze Geschichte des Internets. PROKLA. Zeitschrift für Kritische Sozialwissenschaft, 47(186), 7 - 26. https://doi.org/10.32387/prokla.v47i186.150
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