Description - Your Right to Privacy by Jim Bronskill
Hacking, snooping and invading are commonplace on the Internet. Your personal information can be seen and shared and your privacy can be violated. Two veteran journalists, authorities on how information is handled in the digital age, have written a definitive guide to minimize your digital footprint, protect your vital information and prevent it from being misused. Jim Bronskill and David McKie argue there are steps each of us can take to keep our important data out of reach while still participating fully in new technologies. They identify the pitfalls we can make and the small moves that will help us avoid them. Their book makes an important contribution in enforcing our right to privacy at a time when governments, special interests and others are trying to watch everything we do. 'Your Right To Privacy' outlines in detail how to keep your information as safe as possible in an age of hacking, sharing and surveillance. This is the definitive guide on how to minimize your digital footprint and protect your privacy in the digital age.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(226mm x 152mm x 5mm)
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Author Biography - Jim Bronskill
Jim Bronskill is an Ottawa-based national reporter for The Canadian Press, specializing in security, intelligence, justice and policing issues. David McKie is a national producer in the parliamentary bureau of CBC News who focuses on how the government spends money. Jim and David co-teach a course in reporting methods at Carleton University s School of Journalism and Communication. They were part of a team that received the 2008 Michener Award for public service journalism for reporting on RCMP use of Taser stun guns. Records obtained through freedom of information were essential to their reporting."