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Privacy on the Line, updated and expanded edition by Whitfield Diffie and Susan Landau

Privacy on the Line, updated and expanded edition

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Privacy on the Line, updated and expanded edition by Whitfield Diffie and Susan Landau
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Feb 26, 2010 | ISBN 9780262262514

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A compact and intelligible guide to both the technical and the political issues.—Laurence A. Marschall , The Sciences

A superb and timely introduction to a subject of enormous importance for scholars and citizens alike.

Choice

A well-researched and fascinating study.

Lawrence Rothstein, Law and Politics Review

A wise, meticulously researched guide….

London Review of Books

An incredibly comprehensive insight into the world of encryption and wiretaps, its political machinations, legal aspects, technologies, vulnerabilities, costs, limitations, and near-ubiquity.

G. Ernest Govea, Security Management

Diffie and Landau deserve a large audience. Their lucid exposition adds valuable context to debates that for too long have been abstract.

Aziz Huq, The American Prospect

Should be required reading for any computing student at any level.

Harold Thimbleby, New Scientist

The book details numerous privacy issues, from personal privacy to national security…. A welcome surprise is that the book often reads like a Tom Clancy novel, interwoven as it is with episodes of domestic and international intrigue…. A timely and important book.

Ben Rothke, Security Management

A compact and intelligible guide to both the technical and the political issues.

Laurence A. Marschall , The Sciences

A superb and timely introduction to a subject of enormous importance for scholars and citizens alike.

Choice

[A] wise, meticulously researched guide…

London Review of Books

Should be required reading for any computing student at any level.

Harold Thimbleby , New Scientist

The book details numerous privacy issues, from personal privacy to national security…. A welcome surprise is that the book often reads like a Tom Clancy novel, interwoven as it is with episodes of domestic and international intrigue…. A timely and important book.

Ben Rothke, Security Management

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