“If ever a book on cyberculture wore a fedora and trench coat and leaned against a lamppost on a foggy street, this is the one. It is an unabashed look at the dark side of the Net—the stuff many other books gloss over. It’s hard-edged, wisecracking, and often quite cynical as it pours over the reality of online scams, illegal activities, and simple annoyances.”
—Amazon.com editorial review
“If this book had a soundtrack, it’d be Lou Reed’s ‘Walk on the Wild Side.’”
“A documentary tour into sourcing information, defeating Internet filters, banned books & web pages, hactivism, hate groups, hackers, viruses, con games, and a whole bunch of other things that should make you squirm if you’ve got a heartbeat ...