Luddism was a movement against the machine

Luddism was a movement against the machine, against labor-saving
devices that reduce the need for human labor in the affected occupations.
With the protests against Uber today, we see that this tendency toward
Luddism continues. In fact, this tendency frequently appears in pop
culture (see the film Avatar). Discuss this anti-technology ethos in pop
culture, giving examples as you recognize them.

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