Net delusion : the dark side of internet freedom / Evgeny Morozov

By: Morozov, Evgeny
Material type: TextText; Format: print Publisher: New York : PublicAffairs, 2001Description: XVII, 408 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 978-1-58648-874-1Subject(s): Internet -- Aspectos sociales | Internet -- Aspectos políticos | Libertad | Censura
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The revolution will be Twittered! declared journalist Andrew Sullivan after protests erupted in Iran in June 2009. Yet for all the talk about the democratizing power of the Internet, regimes in Iran and China are as stable and repressive as ever. In fact, authoritarian governments are effectively using the Internet to suppress free speech, hone their surveillance techniques, disseminate cutting-edge propaganda, and pacify their populations with digital entertainment. Could the recent Western obsession with promoting democracy by digital means backfire?

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