Firebrand Waves of Digital Activism 1994-2014

Firebrand Waves of Digital Activism 1994-2014

This book introduces four waves of upsurge in digital activism and cyberconflict. The rise of digital activism started in 1994, was transformed by the events of 9/11, culminated in 2011 with the Arab Spring uprisings, and entered a transformative phase of control and mainstreaming since 2013 with the Snowden affair.


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