The anthology is based on a conceptual connection between the stories of
whistleblowers, investigative journalists, members of the hacker community, political
activists and researchers, artists and critical thinkers in the field of information
technology, politics and society. It presents multiple theoretical perspectives
and direct experiences in crucial fields of investigation, thanks to diverse
contributions from writers who have been central in inspiring and developing the
activities of the Disruption Network Lab. By symbolically appropriating the term
“disruption”—a notion traditionally used as a strategy of generating economic innovation—
and bringing it into the context of political criticism, this book opens
a new terrain of investigation into the framework of whistleblowing. Whistleblowing
is presented as an act of “disruption”, which is able to provoke the unexpected
within closed systems.

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