‘Blown to Bits’ by Abelson, Ledeen and Lewis (Addison Wesley, 2008)

Posted on April 3, 2009. Filed under: Human Rights |

While this book seems to detail the positives of technology and mankinds willingness to ‘go with the flow’, it does carry some very important lessons of

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