"In the 1930s, if you were an engineer who really dug automobiles, you would do well to get a job at Porsche, where Nazi tanks would end up being developed. If the 2010s, if you are a hacker who really believed in networks, you would do well to get a job at a security company developing zero-day exploits for sale to authoritarian governments. This is where the aesthetic of our 'cyberspace' technology has led us. The cyberpunk has become a curtain, that looks like the future, but hides the truth of exploitation. The cyberpunks are still hackers, but they are not working against the corporations, but for them."