Someone's Watching You!
From Micropchips in your Underwear to Satellites Monitoring Your Every Move, Find Out Who's Tracking You and What You Can Do about It
Publisher: Adams Media, New York, USA
Year Published: 2011
Pages: 256pp ISBN: 9781440512735
Library of Congress Number: JC596 Dewey: 323.44/8
Somewhere in D.C., a vast computer complex churns through quintillions of data bytes about every American, living or dead. And one of them is you.
Satellites circle in space, prying into your intimate family secrets, while underground groups plot how to clone your DNA. Your phone may be tapped, your office burglarized, your identity stolen. They're bugging your clothing and hacking your e-mail.
There's no place to hide. Or is there?
In this book, you'll learn about real, little-known secret programs run by both the public and private sectors. And once you're armed with that knowledge, you'll learn practical steps you can--and must--take to keep your private life private and lose Big Brother for good.
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