I Am a Troll: Inside the Secret World of the BJP's Digital Army

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Juggernaut Books, 2016 - Online trolling - 171 pages

Indian social media is awash with right-wing trolls who incite online communal tension and abuse anyone who questions them. But who are they? How are they organized? In this explosive investigation, conducted over two years, Swati Chaturvedi finally lifts the veil over this murky subject

 

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Third class and humbug book. Like, for the case of Mrs Gandhi, this book doesn't mention alleged sexual abused but directly gives statement. This book is biased which uses both confirmation and sampling bias.

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I salute the author's courage. It is a well written book and brings out what has been evident for quite some time. All who value our freedom and decency must buy this book. The internet around the world has been hijacked by hate mongers and vested interests. We need to claim it back. --By Ashish S on 29 December 2016
The comments below are clear proof of what this book is about.. Troll army's strength now directed towards giving 1 star rating, so even if all those who read the book give it a 5 star rating, still the overall rating would be less than average.. So the book wont spring up in "Must reads" and hence the sales would come down, thereby the damage control.. Now you see how it works ? This is exactly what this book exposes.. --By A Customer on 29 December 2016
All one star reviews are by non verified trolls who have not read the book.
 

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