Privacy Lost.pdf

Privacy Lost

David H. Holtzman

While other books in the field focus on specific aspects of privacyor how to avoid invasions, David H. Holtzman--a mastertechnologist, internet pioneer, security analyst, and formermilitary codebreaker--presents a comprehensive insidersexposé of the world of invasive technology, whos using it,and how our privacy is at risk. Holtzman starts out by categorizingprivacy violations into The 7 Sins Against Privacy and then goeson to explain in compelling and easy to understand language exactlyhow privacy is being eroded in every aspect of our lives.

Holtzman vividly reveals actual invasions and the dangersassociated with the loss of privacy, and he takes a realistic lookat the trade offs between privacy and such vital issues assecurity, rights, and economic development.

Praise for Privacy Lost

Whether we know it or not, we have all become citizens of theDigital Age. As such we need to take responsibility for ourconduct, our safety, and our privacy. David Holtzman is deeplyknowledgeable about the industry and passionate about the issues.Regardless of your political views, you will come away from thisbook better equipped to meet the challenges before us all.
--Geoffrey A. Moore, author, Dealing with Darwin: How GreatCompanies Innovate at Every Phase of Their Evolution

Holtzman has drafted a blueprint all citizens of this great landought to read if they desire to understand what privacy trulymeans, why it is important to both their everyday life as well asto their understanding of what it really means to be free, and whatthey can do to salvage what little privacy is left them. PrivacyLost needs to be readily available on the desks of all concernedcitizens--heavily dog-eared and underlined.
--Bob Barr, practicing attorney and former Member of theUnitedStates House of Representatives

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