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The chaos of now / Erin Lange.

By: Lange, Erin Jade.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London, England : Faber and Faber, 2018Description: 383 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9780571317479; 0571317472.Subject(s): Hackers -- Fiction | Computer programming -- Fiction | Cyberbullying -- Fiction | Bullying -- Fiction | High schools -- Fiction | High school students -- Fiction | Families -- Fiction | Young adult fiction | Iowa -- FictionDDC classification: [Fic] Summary: When Jordan Bishop set himself on fire at Haver High school as a result of internet bullying, it triggered a nationwide crackdown. New laws empower teachers to become cyber snoops in case of abuse on social media. For teen hacker, Eli Bennett, the laws put fundamental freedoms at risk. And he's not alone in thinking this. Approached by two mysterious hackers, Eli is recruited into a group that wants justice for Jordan the way Jordan would've wanted it. But what starts as a bit of fun to rile the cyber snoops soon spirals out of control. Revenge on Jordan's bullies could be classed as bullying itself. At best, Eli's school career is in jeopardy, at worst, once more lives are at risk.
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Teenage Fiction
Teenage Fiction LANG Available T00806792
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<p>When Jordan Bishop set himself on fire at Haver High school as a result of internet bullying, it triggered a nationwide crackdown. New laws empower teachers to become cyber snoops in case of abuse on social media.<br> <br> For teen hacker, Eli Bennett, the laws put fundamental freedoms at risk. And he's not alone in thinking this. Approached by two mysterious hackers, Eli is recruited into a group that wants justice for Jordan the way Jordan would've wanted it.<br> <br> But what starts as a bit of fun to rile the cyber snoops soon spirals out of control. Revenge on Jordan's bullies could be classed as bullying itself...<br> <br> At best, Eli's school career is in jeopardy, at worst, once more lives are at risk.</p>

When Jordan Bishop set himself on fire at Haver High school as a result of internet bullying, it triggered a nationwide crackdown. New laws empower teachers to become cyber snoops in case of abuse on social media. For teen hacker, Eli Bennett, the laws put fundamental freedoms at risk. And he's not alone in thinking this. Approached by two mysterious hackers, Eli is recruited into a group that wants justice for Jordan the way Jordan would've wanted it. But what starts as a bit of fun to rile the cyber snoops soon spirals out of control. Revenge on Jordan's bullies could be classed as bullying itself. At best, Eli's school career is in jeopardy, at worst, once more lives are at risk.