Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: the Story of Anonymous

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"Easily the best book on Anonymous." --Julian Assange "The US government and its allies have spent years castigating, prosecuting, and jailing members of Anonymous, with the director of the NSA going so far as to warn ominously of the potential of an Anonymous-led power blackout. But Gabriella Coleman's fascinating history of Anonymous makes clear that almost all of the hacktivism attributed to this global collective has been devoted to exposing wrongdoing, not wreaking destruction, even as she also carefully shows that Anonymous is not a shadowy organization but a loosely knit collection of activists all over the globe, fighting for government and corporate transparency. The NSA's treatment of Anonymous is disturbing and extreme, and Anonymous's surprising activist turn is heartening. Essential reading." --Glenn Greenwald, author of "No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the Surveillance State" "Coleman takes us on a thrilling journey into the uncharted landscape of hackers, trolls, and Anonymous activists who live among us. It's both a perfect initiation for all those n00bs out there still wondering what a 'n00b' is, as well as an important discourse on the role of anarchy online. "Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy" shares in the rebellious, even mordant humor of the groups it profiles, but never loses its critical perspective. A hilarious, important piece of hidden history that is very hard to put down." --Douglas Rushkoff, author of "Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now" "With a perceptive eye and a principled disposition, Coleman dives into the eclectic world of Anonymous to reveal the humor and political significance of this polarizing network. Following her journey through this maze and reveling in her analysis is both insightful and awe-inspiring. This book will shake up assumptions at the core of academia, industry, law enforcement, and the media. It's a must read!" --danah boyd, author of "It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens" "Exhaustively researched and devilishly readable, "Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy" tells the story of Anonymous's rise from 4chan to taking on governments. If there could be a definitive writer on a movement like Anonymous, Coleman would be it." --Molly Crabapple, artist and author of the forthcoming "Drawing Blood" "This is the ultimate piece on Anonymous. It's a notoriously difficult subject to write about, but Gabriella Coleman has succeeded where others have failed, and the result is a masterpiece that is informative, interesting, and funny. A fine example of what an investigative book should be." --Mustafa Al-Bassam, alias "tflow," former member of LulzSec "In Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy, Coleman reveals the group in all its complexity ... this in-depth account might leave readers in awe of the sheer scope of the group and how much they have achieved while shunning the traditional trappings of leaders, hierarchy and individual fame-seeking." - Financial Times

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An engrossing, fascinating report from inside Anonymous, by the scholar who was embedded in the international movement

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