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  • In every chapter there is a principle so elegant, so neat, sometimes even so beautiful, that what is billed as straight polemic becomes something much more profound

    Guardian
  • An eloquence that is hard to argue against … Every time you log on, you are adding to a fire that is burning your house down

    Sunday Times
  • Everything is here, from status anxiety, to wage degradation, to the death of context … This is Lanier at his best, taking the language of the internet and turning it back on itself

    The Times
  • A short, snappy, impassioned takedown of the surveillance capitalism operated by the giant Silicon Valley corporations

    Financial Times
  • Informed, heartfelt and often entertaining ... a timely reminder that even if we can’t bring ourselves to leave social media altogether, we should always think critically about how it works

    Sunday Times
  • A rollicking call to arms

    Emerald Street
  • in every chapter there is a principle so elegant, so neat, sometimes even so beautiful, that what is billed as straight polemic becomes something much more profound

    Guardian
  • Ten Arguments is more compelling than the many similar treatises on social media published since 2016 because of Lanier’s intimate knowledge of the private sector

    New Scientist
  • - [A] powerful book… Lanier’s ten arguments are strong and convincing, and become more so as they accumulate

    Daily Mail
  • Written in Lanier’s engaging conversational style… [Ten Arguments] hits all ten nails bang on the head

    Engineering & Technology

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