You make the information, but like some kind of info-prole, you don't own the information you produce or the means of realizing its value.
McKenzie Wark has said (in an interview somewhere, will need to refind), that she isnt 100% happy with that terminology and how it's aged (came up with it in 2003 or so). These days it could be misinterpreted as a predominantly white male pursuit. I feel that, my immediately reaction now is how it evokes like a club of privileged white male Free software enthusiasts or something, which is certainly not what Wark intended. Shame. I recall somewhere else she said she liked glitch from Glitch Feminism as a term.