Media praise for Computer Privacy Annoyances

"This book is an eye-opener on privacy invasion and how it can harm you in countless ways...Find out what is going on and what you can do to protect yourself not only on the Internet, but in other aspects of your life as well."
-- Ed Laskowski, The Vista PC Journal

"Dan Tynan's Computer Privacy Annoyances gets it right: the book provides
excellent advice on how to protect privacy without turning the reader
into a paranoid. The book has one of the best "top ten" steps to
protect privacy I've read. He covers privacy at home, work, and on the

Chris Jay Hoofnagle / EPIC ALERT

"Privacy? Good luck! Even the slightest misstep on line (or anywhere else, for that matter) can open you up to privacy intrusions that you may not know about. Dan Tynan does a really good job in outlining these areas in Computer Privacy Annoyances. This is pretty much required reading for living in our heavily computerized society.

Even if this book keeps you from making just one mistake that would lead to identity theft, then it's more than paid for itself. A recommended read..."

Thomas Duff