Subject to technology: internet pornography, cyber‐terrorism and the Indian state 1

@article{Shah2007SubjectTT,
  title={Subject to technology: internet pornography, cyber‐terrorism and the Indian state 1},
  author={Nishant Shah},
  journal={Inter-Asia Cultural Studies},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={349 - 366}
}
  • Nishant Shah
  • Published 28 August 2007
  • Art
  • Inter-Asia Cultural Studies
ABSTRACT The Indian state, when it announced the opening of its borders – physical and imaginary – to globalisation, also embraced new digital technologies of telecommunication and transportation in its attempt to reconfigure itself as a global player in the world market. The neo‐liberal economic policies and the restructuring of the State had immediate and far reaching impact on the question of citizenship. The technologised State posited the need for a technosocial subject – a subject that… 
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