antitechnology

antitechnology

(ˌæntɪtɛkˈnɒlədʒɪ)
adj
opposed to technology or the use of technological devices
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Even the famously antitechnology franchise establishment recently adopted a cloud-based point-of-sale (POS) solution to reduce transaction times and offer mobile payment options to customers at all locations.
The modern Luddite impulse appears not to be overtly antitechnology or antimachine per se, even though that tendency may be latent among some.
Rosen is not antitechnology and, in fact, stresses that he is a thorough and early adopter of many technologies.
Well advanced in producing a computer that combines every bit of information with a full array of human emotions, he is targeted by antitechnology extremists.
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Whether the world changes or not might vary from company to company, but if it turns out that these antitechnology companies are going to be good investments, that's quite bad for our society.
Then there are also those who are drawn to the antitechnology 'hipster' subculture in the United States.
SHELL have been getting a lot of stick because they didn't immediately alert the politicians, RSPB and antitechnology propagandists about the initial oil leak.
Let us remember here that the early antitechnology saboteurs, the Luddites, focused on textile machinery.