I haven't read any of them, and only Islands on the Net was on my radar. LOL at the fate of Donald Trump in Sewer, Gas & Electric: The Public Works Trilogy, by Matt Ruff.
And I'm surprised that this hasn't become more famous:
In Killing Time (2000), mainstream novelist and historian Caleb Carr tries to write science fiction and does not really succeed. There was a global financial crisis in 2007, the USA is at war with Afghanistan because of a terrorist attack, and the whole world is recovering from the effects of a global pandemic. A shadowy group of people are undermining democratic political systems in the West by spreading false information and conspiracy theories on the Internet. Unfortunately they are the heroes, and our protagonist joins their mission, but it does not work out smoothly.