The paper advocates for alternative ecologies for the adoption of the Internet of People (IoP), rather than the Internet of Things (IoT) currently promoted by the ‘smart city’ spinning discourse. It suggests a ‘public’ data and Internet infrastructures, which is run by the city and its citizens: this has become more an urgent matter during the pandemic crisis which forced most of the world population to stay at home, thus increasing their demands on the ‘network of networks’.
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