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Extreme Privacy - When taken to the extreme, you'll be impossible to compromise.12 June 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
I've been a fan of the podcast for awhile. The book is excellent and thorough. Definitely understand why it costs as much as it does when compared with other books on the topic. Highly recommended.
16 people found this helpful
Incredibly detailed and informative14 June 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
Absolute best book I've read on the subject. Chock full of practical information, with very little preaching, etc. Focus is on protecting yourself from corporate, foreign, and private spying rather than US gov't spying (though E2E encryption is useful against that too).
6 people found this helpful
Manage your online identity BEFORE you need to14 October 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
This book is packed full of great tips from a seasoned professional. Tired of every data broker under the sun knowing everywhere you go, everything you buy, and everyone you talk to? This book will show you how to solve that.
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Knowledge-Packed!18 June 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
I’ve only read one chapter and I’ve learned so much. Very impressive. I am a fan of the author’s podcast, and that’s how I found his book. I recommend both if you’re looking to improve your digital privacy and security.
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Well Written Manual for Privacy Minded People24 November 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
At 500+ pages it is packed with great information. Even though it's not meant to be read cover to cover like a conventional book (its more of a self-proclaimed reference) it is written in such a way that it feels more conversational. I found myself reading about topics that didn't really apply to me, but enjoyed the material nonetheless. I highly recommend this book for anyone who has ever locked a door, or used a password to protect even the most basic areas of privacy in their life.
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