Flexibility is the future of employment. Collaborative consumption will save the world. The internet is a democratic revolution. These are some of the enthusiastic statements that have marked our economy over the last ten years, an economy scarred by the global economic crisis and the expansion and multiplication of the web as a platform for supply and demand. Since What’s Mine is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption by R. Botsman and R. Rogers was published in 2010, we have witnessed a proliferation in attempts to make a new dogma out of employment collaboration and flexibility: if some examples show the possibility to create value in a less rigid and more sustainable form from multiple points of view (like Blablacar), in most experiences the impact with realit...