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»Smart City« is the key word for a desirable future of our cities, for a scenario of unchecked data collection and surveillance, for the privatization of public sectors - yet also for socio-political interventions. How does the application of digital technologies and infrastructures change the current perception, production and use of space in cities? The contributors to this book discuss the potentials digital technologies provide for a participatory democracy, an open access to data and fairness concerning social space. They show: The digital transformation of cities is a territory claimed by IT corporations as much as by urban administrations, political movements and their residents.