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The only drawback with the book is that, overall, it can be a bit tedious to read.
No Place To Hide is a crucial and essential book to read for an eye opening factual account of data collection and privacy issues all Americans face.
The techniques the author talks about are real, and the book is well worth reading just to find out what they are.
This book contains material that is important for all Americans to understand, but it is proving difficult to read. It's not holding my interest like I thought it would.Published 16 months ago by Lloyd
Having been attached to NSA while in the military I can say I really enjoyed the book...but no real suprises, just further confirmation of where things are going and how fast.Published 17 months ago by Albert McCarthy
This is a good read. Everyone should get this info.
You will learn a lot and then realize what you DON'T know.
Difficult to read if you aren't up on technology but very informative. It would be helpful if there was more information about personal security.Published 24 months ago by Red Hat Daughter
A real eye opener. I now assume I am always being "observed","measured" or just plain old watched. Now I leave little messages for them. In your face creeps... Read morePublished on July 17, 2011 by EASY TRAVELER
WHen this book came out, in 2005, it was an expose on the databases and incredible amounts of information available on each of us. Read morePublished on February 10, 2010 by Yoda
This book is the result of a very thorough and detailed investigation. Some of the chapters are more exciting than you'd expect from a book like this. Read morePublished on May 10, 2007 by Patrick Thibaut
Robert O'Harrow writes about what data can be collected on individuals, who collects it and who uses it. Read morePublished on March 26, 2007 by Secrets & Lies
This is a must read for anyone with any concern for personal privacyPublished on January 6, 2007 by J. Magner