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Exposed: How Revealing Your Data and Eliminating Privacy Increases Trust and Liberates Humanity

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Author: Malisow, Ben

Brand: Wiley

Edition: 1

Binding: Paperback

Number Of Pages: 208

Release Date: 24-11-2020

Details: Product Description Discover why privacy is a counterproductive, if not obsolete, concept in this startling new book It's only a matter of time-- the modern notion of privacy is quickly evaporating because of technological advancement and social engagement. Whether we like it or not, all our actions and communications are going to be revealed for everyone to see. Exposed: How Revealing Your Data and Eliminating Privacy Increases Trust and Liberates Humanity takes a controversial and insightful look at the concept of privacy and persuasively argues that preparing for a post-private future is better than exacerbating the painful transition by attempting to delay the inevitable. Security expert and author Ben Malisow systematically dismantles common notions of privacy and explains how: Most arguments in favor of increased privacy are wrong Privacy in our personal lives leaves us more susceptible to being bullied or blackmailed Governmental and military privacy leads to an imbalance of power between citizen and state Military supremacy based on privacy is an obsolete concept Perfect for anyone interested in the currently raging debates about governmental, institutional, corporate, and personal privacy, and the proper balance between the public and the private, Exposed also belongs on the shelves of security practitioners and policymakers everywhere. From the Inside Flap Discover why we'd be better off without online privacy There are few notions more valued in western civilization than privacy. But what if everything we thought we knew about that sacred concept was wrong? Join celebrated author and security expert Ben Malisow as he systematically dismantles the case for increased privacy and persuasively argues for the opposite: the end of privacy. You'll learn how increased privacy in your personal and working life only leaves you vulnerable to bullying and blackmail. At the same time, privacy for governments and militaries leads to even more sinister consequences, including an imbalance of power between rulers and the people. Finally, discover how the concept of military supremacy through secrecy is antiquated and obsolete. The author describes a world in which the end of privacy brings with it an end to unnecessary shame and the beginning of new opportunities. He explains how the end of government and military privacy can lead to better policies and more effective practices. In the end, the author makes a powerful argument for ubiquity of access, rather than government regulation of data, as the answer to our problems. Perfect for cybersecurity professionals and experts of all sorts, Exposed also belongs on the bookshelves of anyone who's interested in the currently raging debates about online security and privacy. From the Back Cover Discover why we'd be better off without online privacy There are few notions more valued in western civilization than privacy. But what if everything we thought we knew about that sacred concept was wrong? Join celebrated author and security expert Ben Malisow as he systematically dismantles the case for increased privacy and persuasively argues for the opposite: the end of privacy. You'll learn how increased privacy in your personal and working life only leaves you vulnerable to bullying and blackmail. At the same time, privacy for governments and militaries leads to even more sinister consequences, including an imbalance of power between rulers and the people. Finally, discover how the concept of military supremacy through secrecy is antiquated and obsolete. The author describes a world in which the end of privacy brings with it an end to unnecessary shame and the beginning of new opportunities. He explains how the end of government and military privacy can lead to better policies and more effective practices. In the end, the author makes a powerful argument for ubiquity of access, rather than government regulation of data, as the answer to our problems. Perfect for cybersecu

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