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A new New Yorker article makes a case for information ecologies and the US war on Iraq. Rather than ascribing simple malice to a set of actors, Hersh describes their reconfiguration of information flows and the outcomes.
October 21, 2003 at 23:12 in History of information, Information warfare | Permalink
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