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Crypto : how the code rebels beat the government, saving privacy in the digital age

Author: Steven Levy
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2001.
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From the author who made "hacker" a household word comes a groundbreaking book about the most hotly debated subject of the digital age. "Crypto" concerns privacy in the information age and about the nerds and visionaries who, nearly 20 years ago, predicted that the Internet's greatest virtue--free access to information--was also its most perilous drawback: a possible end to privacy.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven Levy
ISBN: 0670859508 9780670859504
OCLC Number: 44818667
Description: viii, 356 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The loner --
The standard --
Public key --
Selling crypto --
Patents and keys --
Crypto anarchy --
The clipper chip --
Slouching toward crypto --
Epilogue: the open secret.
Responsibility: Steven Levy.

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From the author who made "hacker" a household word comes a groundbreaking book about the most hotly debated subject of the digital age. "Crypto" concerns privacy in the information age and about the nerds and visionaries who, nearly 20 years ago, predicted that the Internet's greatest virtue--free access to information--was also its most perilous drawback: a possible end to privacy.

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