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On Feb 16 Ninajean Slone wrote: Very engaging and much needed...
It’s really a scary thought how much data that so many people are privy to when it comes down to it. I personally don’t think it’s a good thing for anyone to have that much data about us. If you’re concerned about your privacy, or just want to know more, do yourself a favor. Read this book! It will answer many questions you may have, and you might even enjoy the book because it is written in a very engaging style. I recommend this book to anyone who wonders, “Where does all this data go? Who exactly has access to our data? And, most importantly, exactly what do they intend to do with it?" Full Review  >

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On Mar 6 David Greenbaum wrote: Book Review: Privacy and Big Data
With Google not just changing its privacy rules, but these slowly becoming a political and election issue, this book gives a short (75 page) overview of not just how we got here but how other countries deal with this issue. Full Review  >

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On Oct 24 Tushar Jain wrote: Book Review: Privacy and Big Data
Privacy and Bigdata is survey of privacy philosophy and laws in USA and Europe. Book covers privacy debate in very comprehensive way across USA and Europe. Full Review  >

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On Oct 17 Michael Lockwood wrote: Big on facts, no shock horror
Big Brother isn't alive and well - he isn't even in the ball park... Full Review  >

Rating: StarStarStarStarStar4.0

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