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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Benedetta Brevini; Arne Hintz; Patrick McCurdy
|ISBN:||9781137275738 1137275731 9781137275721 1137275723|
|Contents:||Introduction / by Benedetta Brevini, Arne Hintz & Patrick McCurdy --
WikiLeaks and the networked 4th Estate / by Yochai Benkler --
Follow the money: WikiLeaks and the political economy of disclosure / by Benedetta Brevini & Graham Murdock --
The leak heard round the world? Cablegate in the evolving global mediascape / by Lisa Lynch --
WikiLeaks and the public interest dilemma: a view from inside the media / by Chris Elliot --
"Something old, something new": WikiLeaks, newspapers and conjoint approaches to political exposure / by Hopeton S. Dunn --
WikiLeaks and whistleblowing: the framing of Bradley Manning / by Einar Thorsen, Chindu Sreedharan & Stuart Allan --
From the Pentagon Papers to Cablegate: how the network society has changed leaking / by Patrick McCurdy --
Dimensions of modern freedom of expression: WikiLeaks, policy hacking and digital freedoms / by Arne Betz --
Weak links and WikiLeaks: how control of critical internet resources and social media companies' business models undermine the networked free press / by Dwyane Winseck --
WikiLeaks, secrecy and freedom of information: the case of the UK / by David Banisar & Francesca Fanucci --
WikiLeaks, anonymous, and the exercise of individuality: protesting in the cloud / by Stefania Milan --
Doing it for the Lulz: anonymous and the radical politics of dissent / by Gabriella Coleman --
The Internet and transparency beyond WikiLeaks / by Jillian C. York --
WikiLeaks and the Arab Spring: the twists and turns of media, culture and power / by Ibrahim Saleh --
12 theses of WikiLeaks / by Geert Lovink & Patrice Riemens --
In conversation with Julian Assange and Slavoj Žižek.
|Responsibility:||edited by Benedetta Brevini, lecturer in media policy, Department of Journalism, City University, London, UK ; Arne Hintz, lecturer, School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University, UK ; and, Patrick McCurdy, assistant professor, Department of Communication, University of Ottawa, Canada.|
"This is a genuinely outstanding collection of crisply written, thoroughly argued and well-sourced essays on a landmark information policy and freedom case. Internationally known writers and dynamic
- WikiLeaks (Organization)
- Online social networks -- Political aspects.
- Leaks (Disclosure of information) -- Political aspects.
- Digital communications -- Social aspects.
- Journalism -- Technological innovations.
- Journalism -- History -- 21st century.