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BristleKRS

Have you checked out Eveline Lubbers' new(ish) book Secret Manoeuvres In The Dark yet? I've not had a chance to read it yet but on first glance there's some interesting stuff on blacklisting, corporate spying etc.

https://secretmanoeuvresinthedark.wordpress.com/

Phil Chamberlain

It's very good on corporate spying; giving an historical overview as well as putting in European context. Recommended reading for anyone interested in this. One to watch out for is Rob Evans from the Guardian who is writing, I believe, a book at the moment on the police infiltration of protest groups.
I'm writing, with Dave Smith from the Blacklist Support Group, a book on the construction industry blacklist.

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