Privacy in the Age of Big Data

Theresa Payton and Theodore Claypoole, 2014

For those who use lots of so-called "smart" and portable computers, and who use "free" web services, this book has lots of handy tips about privacy protection and resisting internet crime. There's also suggestions for political responses to government and corporate spying.

I'm a hardware guy - I want to develop hardware that protects individual privacy, and think about systems and structures that are easier for ordinary people to understand and more difficult for the bad guys to abuse. I skimmed the book looking for some of that, and did not see what I was looking for.

I did find this on surveillance in India:

Interesting site:

PrivacyBigData (last edited 2014-09-24 18:46:58 by KeithLofstrom)