Censoring for Good

The essence of the today's pervasive connectivity is such that little strategically implemented interventions can have a largely multiplied structural effect. The precise extent of this effect is still a question. Can something as simple and ubiquitous as an ad blocker be manipulated in a way to form habits and influence the development of industries? If applied to such vital urban spheres as food industry and health care, can it be capable of making a shift in citizens' eating habits and boost healthier food production? Based on a research into key trends in food industry and online advertising, the project proposes a future scenario to test this theory.

Go to the project's website: http://whocontrols.me/
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