The audacity of cyberspace: the struggle for Internet power

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Blair, Thomas L
Cambridge International Academics Press
Date of publication
1 September 2008
Community Development and Regeneration, Minority Groups
Social welfare
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Based on a unique range of articles over a decade, this book demonstrates how Black communities taming the
new technologies challenge the Internet power elites. The message is clear: government and corporate leaders, charities and international development agencies must learn to plan for popular participation in digital democracy. Community leaders in Britain, America and Sub-Saharan Africa are determined to overcome information poverty, communicate their ideas, and build social capital with computers and the Internet. These bold initiatives herald a profound global movement for cyber-social action.

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