Jamie Bartlett is the Head of the Violence and Extremism Programme and the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at the think-tank Demos, where he has researched and written extensively about radical political parties and movements across Europe. He is also technology blogger for the Telegraph, and writes frequently for several newspapers and magazines on how the internet is changing politics and society.
His book, The Dark Net, is an examination of the hidden corners of the internet and the strange subcultures and protagonists that inhabit it, from bitcoin miners to neo-Nazis. It will be published in Autumn 2014 by William Heinemann.
Please see here for his work on the Telegraph.
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My 2.5k word essay on how we have the laws, but not the culture & practice, of genuine free expression. littleatoms.com/society/libera…