In addition, new technologies such as distributed ledger technologies (DLT), quantum computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, virtual and augmented realities, and neuro- and bio-technologies, are engendering a redistribution and decentralization of power which result in radical shifts in governance and policy making. Concepts central to national and international legal frameworks, and even the infrastructures of normativity in which they are embedded, are undergoing fundamental changes. What are the rights and protections - if any - of that which is not represented, not even representable by legal codices and computer codes? Can oxygen be tokenized, and if so, who decides on breathability? What are the tools of resistance and community-building within architectures of codes and metaverses?