Annotated Bibliography on information Warfare

AuthorDavid A. Potts
ProfessionBarrister, Bar of Ontario
Annotated Bibliography on
Information Warfare
is bibliography does not pretend to be denitive or exhaustive. It is intend-
ed, rather, as a starting point for further reading that I have found useful, en-
joyable, and applicable to cyberlibel proceedings. Some sections have little or
no annotation because of their sel f-evident application to cyberlibel. Others
are discussed or commented on in greater detail, either because the relevance
may not be as self-evident or because they were of particular va lue to me.
is section has several f urther objectives:
. to provide the reader with further resources in a number of dierent
disciplines and elds that are in pract ice are very much interconnected;
. to explain the applicability a nd utility of some of these resources; and
. to provide a cata lyst for discussion, reection, and development of prin-
ciples, strategies, and tactics for understandi ng, coping, and succe eding
in cyberlibel actions as a form of informational wa rfare.
Andert, Stephen and Donald K. Burleson, Web Stalkers: Protect Yourself
from Internet Criminals & Psychopaths (Kittrell, NC: Ra mpant Tech-
Press, )
Fombrun, Charles J., Reputation: Realizing Value from the Corporate Image
(Boston: Harvard Business School Press, )
Gottschalk, Jack A., Crisis Response (Detroit: Visible Ink Press, )
Irvine, Robert S., W hen You Are the Headline: Managing a Major News
Story (Louisvil le: Harmony House, )
Janal, Daniel S., Risky Busine ss (New York: John Wiley & Sons, )

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