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Surveillance Countermeasures: A Serious Guide to Detecting, Evading, and Eluding Threats to Personal Privacy
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Gamal Hennessy | 25 comments I think the members of this group will be interested in this book review. Please let me know what you think.

Have fun.

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N.J. Slater | 3 comments Having been the focus of both anti and counter I'm not sure this book has it quite right

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James Bruno (JamesBruno) | 6 comments Though I haven't read the book, I am familiar with Paladin Press's offerings: mildly interesting, but often written amateurishly, sometimes by non-professionals. And 1994? Might as well be 1944. Looking through the few other books on this subject, I can't say there is one that really gets it all right, though the British writer, Peter Jenkins, has done a decent job.

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Feliks (Dzerzhinsky) | 551 comments Mod
I have read this book and its bloody marvelous. Paladin has some duds in its lineup--that's quite true-- but this one was excellent. I can name many others of equal caliber.

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