The Internet makes it quick and easy to find information. Yet, at the same time, search engines, web addresses (URLs) and graphic user interfaces represent a new kind of battleground over ideas and politics— just ask George W. Bush who got "google bombed" as a "miserable failure" or ask Rick Santorum about his "Google problem." Google Bombs, Cloaked Sites and Astroturf: Propaganda in the Digital Era examines the way that individuals, groups, political parties and corporations use a variety of clever, even sneaky, new media tools and strategies to shape public debate and push forward a particular political agenda.
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