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Anarchy Online Paperback – February 20, 1997
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On the flip side, "Net Sex" provides (afaik) an accurate historical account of the 'net (and BBS) pr0n scare and some of the aftermath. There's a lot of serious discussion about freedom of speech, but the author's bias doesn't stop him from carefully portraying both sides of the issues.
All in all, these were two very interesting books. Anyone interested in studying hacking (from a social/legal point of view, not a technical one) and/or the Internet porno industry should read this book. So should people who just want to learn a little more about computer crime and porn laws and how they came to be.
Nonetheless, a good book if you're towards the history and the sense of hackers. But if you're looking for technical stuff, uhmm, better turn your back. The book is not for those wanting to learn, or is in search of technical knowledge. The book is for critics, professors, and the mass who don't understand what hacking is all about.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I actually enjoyed reading this book. Quite a good deal when you consider you get 2 books rolled into one.
The content itself was not to bad. Read more
This book deals to much with pornograghy. Even though it raises intersting points about the freedom of the internet. Still this book is evil since I'm a very religos person. Read morePublished on May 13, 1998
An interesting book that presents the "freedom issues" surrounding censorship of the Net. I found it food for thought because it presented several issues that may not be... Read morePublished on February 24, 1998