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Privacy lost : how technology is endangering your privacy

Author: David H Holtzman
Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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While other books in the field focus on specific aspects of privacy or how to avoid invasions, David H. Holtzman-a master technologist, internet pioneer, security analyst, and former military codebreaker-presents a comprehensive insider's expose of the world of invasive technology, who's using it, and how our privacy is at risk. Holtzman starts out by categorizing privacy violations into "The 7 Sins Against Privacy"  Read more...
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Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David H Holtzman
ISBN: 0787985112 9780787985110
OCLC Number: 70698843
Description: xxvi, 326 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: how and why our privacy is at risk --
Privacy invasions hurt. The seven sins against privacy ; Collateral damage: the harm to society --
Why technology is key. Technology affects privacy: how and why ; New tech, new crimes: fresh wounds --
Privacy in context. Privacy and the law: a right ahead or left behind? ; Privacy and identity: the cult of me ; Privacy and culture in a technological world: shoji screens --
The technology. Voyeurism: surveillance technology ; Stalking: networks, tags, and locators --
The watchers. Marketing invasions: Garbos and greed ; Government invasions for security: mugwumps and momists --
What can be done? Fighting back: Gandhis, curmudgeons, and vigilantes ; The panopticon: see the bars, rattle the cage.
Responsibility: David H. Holtzman ; foreword by Evan Bayh.
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