LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media is a book that examines the effects of social media on war and politics, exploring how terrorists and other actors are using the internet for their own ends. It looks at how China uses apps to monitor citizens, how social media can be used to shape election outcomes, and how tech has blurred the lines between what is real and what is not. Through interviews and stories, the authors P.W. Singer and Emerson Brooking examine the consequences of this new reality, and propose ways to protect against the dangers of a networked world.
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