Vice, “Not Going Online Is the New Going Online”

Many writers have already hypothesized a neo-Luddite reaction to the automation of industry. Writing for the New Statesman in 2014, Bryan Appleyard saw “Luddism in practice and in theory” as “back on the streets”, tracing a lineage from the American anarchist Ted Kaczynski, known as the Unabomber, to the hands of the Parisian taxi drivers who vandalized Uber vehicles.

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