Is Privacy Dead?: The Future of Privacy in the Digital Age [NOOK Book]

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"Is Privacy Dead? The Future of Privacy in the Digital Age"is a book about the loss of privacy in the digital age and what the future of privacy might be Futurist David Houle suggests that it is time for society to have a discussion about what it means to live in a world of decreasing privacy and what new moral and ethical issues might be. This book is about the future of privacy. Houle offers up suggestions for how we might live in a world of no privacy. He also offers up a new definition of privacy for the future.
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Is Privacy Dead?: The Future of Privacy in the Digital Age

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Overview

"Is Privacy Dead? The Future of Privacy in the Digital Age"is a book about the loss of privacy in the digital age and what the future of privacy might be Futurist David Houle suggests that it is time for society to have a discussion about what it means to live in a world of decreasing privacy and what new moral and ethical issues might be. This book is about the future of privacy. Houle offers up suggestions for how we might live in a world of no privacy. He also offers up a new definition of privacy for the future.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781479010110
  • Publisher: David Houle and Associates
  • Publication date: 11/22/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 40
  • Sales rank: 596,266
  • File size: 878 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2013

    David Houle presents a concise, current and accurate picture of

    David Houle presents a concise, current and accurate picture of the complex issue of privacy.  
    This book is a must read for business executives, politicians and all people, since the issue impacts everyone -
    and will do even more so as the world gets more digitally integrated.

    The issue of privacy and intrusion of government into personal lives at a deep level are scary but real.  
    Houle guides readers - as he does so adeptly on other global topics - to not only understand what is going
    on, but advices on how to deal with it. - arousta

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