By John R. Levine, Ray Everett-Church and Gregg Stebben.
How much privacy do you have when you connect to the net, surf the web, send e-mail, or buy something online? Or when you use the phone or open a bank account? Not as much as you would hope, but probably not as little as you fear.
In this comprehensive new book, three privacy experts lead you through the privacy swamps of today's online world, telling you what's a problem and what's not, and offering concrete advice to protect the privacy you have.
Also check out the extremely fabulous companion web site that our co-authors put together with news, excerts, polls, and much more. (We hate to say it, but it's much cooler than this site.)
Table of Contents
Part I: Electronic Privacy Overview.
Part II: PCs and Privacy.
Part III: Privacy on the Internet.
Part IV: Beyond the PC: Offline Electronic Privacy.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Updates to Internet Privacy for Dummies.
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