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Net Effect

by Jo Glanville SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
03/2011
ISBN:
9781446203217
Format:
Pbk 192 pages
Price:
AU$22.99 NZ$24.34
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Free speech and protest around the world has been transformed by the digital revolution. Index hears from the grassroots activists, pioneering journalists and frontline bloggers who depend on new media to get the message out a and assesses its impact.

Editorial - Jo Glanville
PART ONE: DISPATCHES
Speak No Evil - Kamila Shamsie
Pakistan's Blasphemy Laws Are a Tool for Persecution
Do Not Disturb - Charles Young
The Trouble with Malta and Censorship
The Urge to Classify - David L Sobel
Wikileaks, Obama and Transparency
Days of Anger - Salawa Ismail
The Uprising in Egypt Was Not Unexpected
PART TWO: THE NET EFFECT
Taming Cyberspace - Evgeny Morozov
The Pressure Is Growing for Greater Surveillance Online
Tools of Resistance - Jillian C York
Egyptians Strike back
Route to Revolution - Ashraf Khalil
Digital Activism Is Now a Way of Life in Egypt
Crowd Control - Hu Yong
China's Microbloggers are Playing a Long Game
Storm in a Haystack - Danny O'Brien
The Cautionary Tale of a Program that Didn't Live up to Its Spin
Open Secrets - Andrei Soldatov & Irina Borogan
Exposing a Closed World to Scrutiny
Going Local - Ivan Sigal
The Future of Freedom Online
Surviving Lukashenko - James Kirchick
Alternative Media Tactics in Belarus
A Round-up of Technology and Censorship Stories