The reviewed book reconstructs how the phenomenon of virtual warfare developed in the US and draws attention to its potentially dangerous implications. The review appreciates the convincing evidence and poetic style of the author. However, it sees the clear political stance as both a strength and a weakness and points to the advantages of a more nuanced, conceptually focused approach to the topic.
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