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Yasha Levine Sep 25
Replying to @yashalevine
Surveillance Valley at the World Science Festival in NYC. From a few months back:
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Yasha Levine Sep 18
Gonna be in Berlin talking about Surveillance Valley and the military history of the Internet. September 29 @ 2pm. If you’re in town, come by! More info (in German) here:
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Parallax Views Aug 2
Re-Share: Ep. 20: Yasha Levine on Right-Wing Dark Money & the Electronic Frontier Foundation
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Mark Ames Aug 3
If you haven't yet bought Surveillance Valley—buy it now!
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Yasha Levine Jul 3
In : My recovered history of the EFF, America’s oldest and most influential internet business lobby—an organization that has played a pivotal role in shaping the commercial internet as we know it.
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Yasha Levine Jun 20
When I wrote about the “Deportation Corporation” in Victorville for the ol’ NSFWCORP.
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On the Media May 27
You may have been shocked to hear about Google teaming up with the Pentagon, but from the very beginning the internet has never been far from the military. explains.
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Yasha Levine May 21
Replying to @nitashatiku
Great piece by on Google's military contracting and the increasing realization by Silicon Valley workers that their companies are part of the military-industrial complex.
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Yasha Levine Apr 18
Check out my interview with of on Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, Surveillance Valley and the politics of technology.
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Yasha Levine Apr 17
I'm going to speak at the James Connolly Forum in Troy this Friday, April 20. I'll be discussing the forgotten history of the internet and how it relates to today's privacy scandals — Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and more. Come check it out!
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Yasha Levine Apr 2
Replying to @yashalevine
The New Yorker reviews Surveillance Valley, calls it "polemical...forceful...salutary."
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Mark Ames Apr 2
"His tone is often contentious, but, amid increasing dismay about technology’s influence on contemporary life, such forceful questioning is salutary." —Nice [grudging] endorsement of 's new book in
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Yasha Levine Mar 31
Replying to @scroll_in
A really nice review of Surveillance Valley in : "Surveillance Valley is perhaps one of the most deeply disturbing books of the year. It leaves no illusions intact..."
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Yasha Levine Mar 21
Cambridge Analytica Con: "with Robert Meuller’s Russia investigation dragging on and producing no smoking gun pointing to definitive collusion, it seems that Cambridge Analytica has been upgraded to Class A supervillain."
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komplaintdept Mar 21
The best you can read on Cambridge Analytica. Adds needed context to the story: This is just a tiny facet of how our world - Google‘s and Facebook‘s world - now works. Excellent by
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Yasha Levine Mar 21
Replying to @yashalevine
Check out my Baffler article and then buy my book. It's guaranteed to change the way you think about the internet.
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Pando Mar 20
This seems like a good time to read 's terrifying new book, "Surveillance Valley"
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Yasha Levine Mar 20
Surveillance Valley, the audiobook, is out!
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Yasha Levine Mar 17
Replying to @yashalevine
Remember, the internet was designed by the Pentagon in the 1960s to be a info-weapon — a weapon of surveillance, influence and control. And it continues to be that today. From Surveillance Valley...
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Yasha Levine Mar 18
My interview is a good place to start as well:
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