@owl no really, no, but personally I like "private ownership of the means of production" xD also "rentism".
@owl "anti-socialist" is one word I'm seeing used for "capitalism" a lot and could work too. it conjures "anti-social" and in doing so restores the point that socialism is supposed to be eusocial (as opposed to "socialism is when the government does everything").
but since "socialist" is a swearword for libertarian techies perhaps a straight "anti-social software" would be better.
artificial scarcity software?
software with government-backed restrictions on distribution?
for services, good ol' walled garden I think
@elilla I found the word anticommons today, but it doesn't mean quite what I thought it would
"black box software" is one I've used a bunch in privacy contexts. if you're talking to somebody who doesn't care about property laws or the commons but who doesn't like being spied on, you can usually connect by saying "yeah in this kind of blackbox software you don't even know what the code is doing, it could be secretly doing _anything_ with your data and nobody knows". (which is true.)
@sudoreboot @owl yeah in the end it's "capitalist software" but this word has been similarly redefined to mean something else (ppl think it is "based on markets with demand curves" rather than "an owner class gets the lion's share of all wealth by virtue of being owners").
"software we can't own" could fit in certain contexts, dunno. "rented software". "software they control"
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