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Hacking politics : how geeks, progressives, the Tea Party, gamers,… (edition 2013)
by (Lawyer) David Moon, Patrick Ruffini (Editor.), David Segal (Editor.)
Hacking Politics: How Geeks, Progressives, the Tea Party, Gamers, Anarchists and Suits Teamed up to Defeat SOPA and Save the Internet by David Moon
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"From Aaron to Zoe--they're here, detailing what the SOPA/PIPA battle was like, sharing their insights, advice, and personal observations. Hacking Politics includes original contributions by Aaron Swartz, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Lawrence Lessig, Rep. Ron Paul, Reddit's Alexis Ohanian, Cory Doctorow, Kim Dotcom and many other technologists, activists, and artists. Hacking Politics is the most comprehensive work to date about the SOPA protests and the glorious defeat of that legislation. Here are reflections on why and how the effort worked, but also a blow-by-blow account of the battle against Washington, Hollywood, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that led to the demise of SOPA and PIPA."--Cover.
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