Session Scaling Citizenship. AAG Annual Meeting 2023, 23-27 March
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
State institutions may have already monopolized contemporary practices around citizenship. Actually, so far, traditional approaches around citizenship have framed it at the scale of the territorial state. Nonetheless, over the last decade, the flagship Big Tech firms of surveillance capitalism, such as Google and Facebook, have already assumed many functions and concentrated excessive technopolitical power previously associated with the nation-state, from cartography to citizen surveillance, which has datafied citizenship. As a counter-reaction, at the city-regional level, emancipatory trends have emerged by claiming a say around matters covering demands for not only data privacy, ownership, sovereignty, donation, co-operation, self-determination, trust, access, and ethics but also digital rights, AI transparency, algorithmic automatization, and ultimately, democratic accountability for digital citizenship, which may inevitably transform the current interpretation of the nation state. Alongside this forces and trends, overall, datafication processes have resulted in nation-state rescaling, undermining its heretofore privilege position, so far, the only natural platform and geographical expression for the monopoly of sensory power. Despite a wide literature covering state rescaling, there are scarce attempts to explore further interpretations to the nation-states amid datafied societies. This article encourages further research on this topic by coining two new terms: Datafied States