“I Have Nothing to Hide” by Heidi Boghosian audiobook

“I Have Nothing to Hide”: And 20 Other Myths About Surveillance and Privacy

By Heidi Boghosian

Beacon Press
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    Available on 07/13/2021

    ISBN: 9780807095072

An accessible guide that breaks down the complex issues around mass surveillance and data privacy and explores the negative consequences it can have on individual citizens and their communities. No one is exempt from data mining: by owning a smartphone, or using social media or a credit card, we hand over private data to corporations and the government. We need to understand how surveillance and data collection operates in order to regain control over our digital freedoms—and our lives. Attorney and data privacy expert Heidi Boghosian unpacks widespread myths around the seemingly innocuous nature of surveillance, sets the record straight about what government agencies and corporations do with our personal data, and offers solutions to take back our information. “I Have Nothing to Hide” is both a necessary mass surveillance overview and a reference bookIt addresses the misconceptions around tradeoffs between privacy and security, citizen spying, and the ability to design products with privacy protections. Boghosian breaks down misinformation surrounding 21 core myths about data privacy, including: ● “Surveillance makes the nation safer.” ● “No one wants to spy on kids.” ● “Police don’t monitor social media.” ● “Metadata doesn’t reveal much about me.” ● “Congress and the courts protect us from surveillance.” ● “There’s nothing I can do to stop surveillance.” By dispelling myths related to surveillance, this book helps readers better understand what data is being collected, who is gathering it, how they’re doing it, and why it matters.

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An accessible guide that breaks down the complex issues around mass surveillance and data privacy and explores the negative consequences it can have on individual citizens and their communities. No one is exempt from data mining: by owning a smartphone, or using social media or a credit card, we hand over private data to corporations and the government. We need to understand how surveillance and data collection operates in order to regain control over our digital freedoms—and our lives. Attorney and data privacy expert Heidi Boghosian unpacks widespread myths around the seemingly innocuous nature of surveillance, sets the record straight about what government agencies and corporations do with our personal data, and offers solutions to take back our information. “I Have Nothing to Hide” is both a necessary mass surveillance overview and a reference bookIt addresses the misconceptions around tradeoffs between privacy and security, citizen spying, and the ability to design products with privacy protections. Boghosian breaks down misinformation surrounding 21 core myths about data privacy, including: ● “Surveillance makes the nation safer.” ● “No one wants to spy on kids.” ● “Police don’t monitor social media.” ● “Metadata doesn’t reveal much about me.” ● “Congress and the courts protect us from surveillance.” ● “There’s nothing I can do to stop surveillance.” By dispelling myths related to surveillance, this book helps readers better understand what data is being collected, who is gathering it, how they’re doing it, and why it matters.

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Author Bio: Heidi Boghosian

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Social Science
Audience: Adult
Language: English