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We live in an infosphere (FLORIDI, 2010), where in addition to the analogue spaces of information, cyberspace stands out for its dynamism, ubiquity and capacity for innovation. In this place, where everything is changing, our relationship with information also changes, requires new approaches to better understanding.
FLORIDI, L. (2010). Information: a very short introduction. Oxford University Press. Oxford.

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