Ableism, Casteism, Classism, Racism, Sexism...: Information Technology Culture
Dr. Tamaro Green, DS
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2021-03-29 20:18:51 viewed: 178
Information technology embeds the most divisive elements of society to promote the abusive elements of the psychology of human kind. The experiment of information technology as a communication or collaboration tool is a complete failure observed by its ability to do nothing more than marginalize segments of society. Information technology enables a refusal to bridge the commonalities of humankind and promotes a focus on the differences amongst humankind. The information technology industry is designed in a culture of ableism, casteism, classism, racism, and sexism. The architects of the information technology cult understood its limitations and proceeded to market a destructive tool for which the damage it projects is manipulative, deceitful, and abusive. The lack of transparency apparent in all technology devices is one of the features that permits such destruction of human decency. The majorit of technology founders are college dropouts that demonstrate a recedence of scholarship and varsity in the operations of their companies.
Most technology founders choose revenge on systems of education and justice. They recruit employees with similar ideologies and have found success with the most abusive populations of society, people with strong ableist, casteist, classist, racist, and sexist ideals. Their disregard for justice systems favour illegal activity versus righteous deeds. Conversi (2017) explain how cultural homogenization practices contribute globally to the reduction of state sovereignty and cultures.
Conversi, D. (2017). Cultural homogenization, ethnic cleansing, and genocide. In: Oxford University Press.
Dr. Tamaro Green is a computer science researcher and the founder of TJG Web Services. TJG Web Services, LLC is a consulting firm in the field of information technology. Dr. Green writes on topics of privacy, security, and ethics in information technology and computer science.
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