In an age of information saturation, fuelled by the rapid development of the media and surveillance technology, it is no wonder that fear has been growing in recent times over the ownership of this new data and the power that resides in it. 'The Dilemma of Information Logic in Britain' dissects the machinations of media control and the motivations of those who control it. Joe Ukemenam outlines the legislation in place in Britain and other western powers to prevent the abuse of this power, as well as unearthing the manoeuvres used by political organisations to sidestep such legislation. Citing academic and historical examples to support his argument in favour of a public right to a greater access of information, Ukemenam provides a convincing justification for new legislation to curtail government powers over the media, for the public good. Informative, revealing, and more than a little frightening, 'The Dilemma of Information Logic in Britain' is an academic book for the new information age.