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The Best Online Privacy Book

The “Age of Surveillance Capitalism” is a MUST READ.

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The Best Online Privacy Book

If you care about your online privacy, Shoshana Zuboff’s The Age Of Surveillance Capitalism is probably the best book on online privacy, and is a MUST READ.

Here are just some of things you will learn:

Why clearing cookies and browsing history is pointless.

How Google has ALREADY identified every computer you own.

The inescapable cookie that is installed on your computer.

How Google touches almost every website on the Net.

Google doesn’t sell personal data, but what they REALLY sell (Hint: it’s a lot more valuable).

How Facebook tracks you online, even if you don’t have a Facebook acount.

The relationship between all of the U.S. Government agencies and Google.

Why Verizon is becoming a data giant.

How a kid’s game allowed Google to capture your facial image and match it to your mobile device.

The biggest threat to Google and Facebook (and why they cannot allow this to happen).

What Google knows about you if your home is visible on Google’s Street View.

How Google can predict the earnings of public companies before they are public.

How Facebook targets your “inner demons”.

Get the book The Age of Surveillance Capitalism today.

Best Online Privacy Book

In the book, Shoshana states a phrase that gives us hope for online privacy.

On pages 235, 251 and 252, she states that “there can be no surveillance capitalism without rendition“.

Rendering is a process in which something is formed out of something else that is originally given.

The Web browser is a “rendering engine” because it converts the coded content of an HTML page for dispay and printing.

In other words, if you want to stop Big Brother and surveillance capitalism, the browser must be isolated from a person’s computer.

The data that is collected while browsing cannot be matched to the user or the actual device that is really creating it. Thereby is of no use to Big Brother.

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