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This book is timely, but the takeaways are timeless. If it were fiction, their description of the battleground the Internet has become would be scary.

As reality, it is terrifying. LikeWar is scary as hell, as it shows how people can be manipulated online to make our worst fears come true. Mixing fascinating stories and the front edge of research, it explains the twilight battlegrounds of politics and war on social media—a frightening future where truth is the first casualty, and our fundamental values are deeply at danger.

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Se sei un venditore per questo prodotto, desideri suggerire aggiornamenti tramite il supporto venditore? Two defense experts explore the collision of war, politics, and social media, where the most important battles are now only a click away.

Through the weaponization of social media, the internet is changing war and politics, just as war and politics are changing the internet. The result is that war, tech, and politics have blurred into a new kind of battlespace that plays out on our smartphones.

Singer and Emerson Brooking tackle the mind-bending questions that arise when war goes online and the online world goes to war. What can be kept secret in a world of networks? And what role do ordinary people now play in international conflicts?

Finally, looking to the crucial years ahead, LikeWar outlines a radical new paradigm for understanding and defending against the unprecedented threats of our networked world.

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Condividi i tuoi pensieri con altri clienti. Scrivi una recensione cliente. LikeWar is the manual for warfare in the 21st century, a worthy successor to Singer’s Ghost Fleet, and excellent debut work for Brooking. It belongs on the shelf of anyone who wants to seriously understand how war will be fought and social policy developed in the era of Facebook and Twitter.

There is a particularly urgent need for this book at a time when most tacticians sri their eyes firmly fixed on enhancing cybersecurity through the protection of systems and hardware. While this emersob undeniably important, LikeWar reminds us that the information that is transmitted over that infrastructure is no less, and possibly quite a bit more important than the infrastructure itself. This message has never been more urgent than today when democratic nations struggle with balancing the need for an open civil society against the risks of foreign subversion and influence.


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This is the next great battle. It will be fought in the trenches of Facebook and the swamps of Twitter – wise commanders will bring LikeWar with them as field guide. LikeWar stands out for its incredible scope and accessibility.

Its coverage is comprehensive – everything from the election to the IDF’s influence tactics are explored, analyzed, and fit into a comprehensive thesis about the changing face of war. Read LikeWar and you will si a confident grasp of the major developments in this new theater of combat. Yet the book remains eminently readable – this combat guide does not require a reader to slog through the bone-dry prose of a TRADOC manual or an academic paper.

It is quick and engaging yet thorough at the same time. In short, Singer and Brooking have written a manual for eerson in the new millennium that is both engaging and substantial enough to leave their reader a master of the new face of battle.

What is China’s Golden Shield Project and what might it mean for you? Did Michael Flynn have any good ideas before his fall from grace serving in the Trump administration? Read this book and you’ll get the answers to these questions and many more.

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This book takes a notion with which most readers are likely already familiar – the internet has graduated from its nascent status as a series of tubes connecting nerds and defense contractors to that of an ineffably complex globe-gobbling organism engaged every hour of every day in the instantaneous distribution of information spanning all spectra of human activity xei and combines it with one not so well established in the popular imagination – we or, at least, everyone who uses the internet are all potential foot soldiers, willing or not, in the online and offline wars still raging as well as those yet to come.

Written in succinct, snappy prose, the book tells the story of the internet from its peculiar vantage point at the intersection of social media and military conflict with its arguments firmly based in factual and expert analysis. Those seeking to validate a particular political slant or ideology should look elsewhere.

And while Alex Jones is wrong about almost everything, he’s right about that. In LikeWar Singer and Brooking ably synthesize a sophisticated picture of information warfare indrawing from sources as diverse as Taylor Swift, Donald Trump, and ISIS, to argue that the internet has lead to a blurring of lines between consumer, citizen, journalist, activist, and warrior which threatens the foundations of liberal democracy. The tech companies which built these platforms and profited from them must grapple with the politics of their technologies, before we all reap the whirlwind.

Computer networks and smart phones connect billions of people, allowing ideas to flow faster than ever before in history. Sometimes, the results can be impressive. The Chiapas Zapatista movement in was a dial-up and fax version of a network insurgency that managed to bring enough international opprobrium cih Mexico that the government blinked, and reached some kind of political accord Chiapas is complicated.

More recently, Eliot Higgins and a team of open source analysts at Bellingcat managed to track down the exact BUK missile system and Russian soldiers responsible for shooting down MH 17 in But there xiventa a lot of dark sides. When people connect, the emotion that spreads most rapidly is anger. Lies spread five times faster than truth. Musicians can use social networks to directly connect with their fans, and Eiventa uses it to connect with alienated Muslim youths worldwide.

Social networks sort diverse citizens into filter bubbles of people who think alike. Eliot Higgin’s careful open source intelligence has a paranoid fun-house mirror version in the QAnon conspiracy, where Qultist dlventa find hidden messages from an alleged ‘senior white house source’.


And then there is the matter of information war, an area that even now, after years of offensive cyber operations, liberal democracies still don’t understand.

Hostile propaganda slips into Western news networks and major platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are infested with bots. LikeWar can even take a personal toll.

Over the course of writing this book, General Michael Divenat went from forward looking emerzon commander to head Trumpist conspiracy cheerleader to indicted and plead out felon. Flynn’s fall is complex, but it can’t be separated from the internet.

If the trolls got him, what chance does your idiot cousin stand? The counters, ‘citizen truth teams’ and senior emissaries to groups vulnerable to recruitment, seem like thin reeds against the coming maelstrom of noise. LikeWar starts with Clausewitz’s dictum that war is a continuation of politics by other means, and there are clear links between cyberspace and physical space.

Intensity of hashtags impacted the subsequent intensity of Israeli airstrikes during attacks on the Gaza strip.

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ISIS used propaganda to create an aura of invincibility that outflanked the defenders of Mosul, while Russia denied that its ‘little green men’ were even in Ukraine.

But the difference is that cyberspace is constructed space rather than natural space. The networks are built, maintained, and owned by real corporations and real people. The internet grew from an anarchic specialized scientific network to a major engine of commerce and communicate with little deliberate government oversight. Section absolved American companies of responsibility for policing content, with major carve outs for copyrighted IP and pornography.

Yet as concerns over cyberbullying and counter-terrorism rose, major networks adopted digital constitutions that were permissive towards speech and censorious towards erotica.

Policing content is and was possible, but always took a back seat to growth and engagement, the guide stars of Silicon Valley. The future is if anything, darker. Advances in machine learning and AI allow ever more realistic bots, computer generated DeepFakes where a politician can be programmed to say anything, and personalized targeting of people with exactly the propaganda they’ll believe.

There are defensive counters, idventa if I might draw military analogies, what we saw in was armored warfare circa Given the pace of technology, we only have a few years before digital blitzkrieg.

I’m extremely online, and I’ve been following dkventa space for years. I’ve presented at multiple conferences on this cih, including Governance of Emerging Technologies and Association of Internet Researchers.

LikeWar is the book I wish I’d written. Cognizant, forward looking, and deeply researched, it is vital cho for anyone interested in technology or politics. My only reservation is that I wish the sources were better linked swi the text, instead of being buried in static endnotes. Maybe the next edition will push an update. I will keep trying and move through the rest of the book but if you have even been awake for the last 20 – 30 years, this will bore bore you to tears. This could have been condensed into a magazine article.

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