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Timely and gripping Investigation of how the internet is transforming politics by award-winning journalist Heather Brooke.
Heather Brooke is a journalist and Freedom of Information campaigner based in London who is famous for uncovering the MPs' expenses scandal. She writes for the main national papers and has worked as a consultant and presenter for Channel 4 s Dispatches. She is a visiting professor at City University's Department of Journalism and is also the author of Your Right to Know and The Silent State. In 2009 she was named Reformer of the Year and has won numerous awards, including the Setting the Political Agenda Award from the Political Studies Association and, in 2010, Judges' Prize at the British Press Awards.
"Brooke hasn't set out to write just another inside account of the Wikileaks saga: this is a melange of anecdote, imagination and experience designed to open our eyes to the possibility of digital change ... feisty and vivid and honest." Guardian "Brooke has a serious agenda and she poses serious questions ... We have been warned." Financial Times "A demanding, illuminating read." Independent on Sunday "A robust examination of the race for control of information in our digital age." Sunday Times Culture "She's a total ninja." -- Ben Goldacre