"An essential guide for women interested in standing up for a fairer, safer online world." Publisher's Weekly
When Nina Jankowicz's first book on online disinformation was profiled in The New Yorker, she expected attention but not an avalanche of abuse and harassment, predominantly from men, online.
All women in politics, journalism and academia now face untold levels of harassment and abuse in online spaces. Together with the world's leading extremism researchers, Jankowicz wrote one of the definitive reports on this troubling phenomenon.
Drawing on rigorous research into the treatment of Kamala Harris - the first woman vice-president - and other political and public figures, Nina also uses her own experiences to provide a step-by-step plan for dealing with harassment, abuse, doxing and disinformation in online spaces.
The result is a must-read for researchers, journalists and all women with a profile in the online space.
Nina Jankowicz is a Washington DC-based writer and analyst. She is currently a Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars' Kennan Institute. Previously she served as a Fulbright-Clinton Public Policy Fellow, a role in which she provided strategic guidance to the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry. Her writing has been published by The New York Times. The Washington Post, Buzzfeed News, Foreign policy, and others. Her first book, How to Lose the Information War was published in 2020