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Black code : surveillance, privacy, and the dark side of the internet / Ronald J. Deibert

PPN : 177247649Main Author : Deibert, RonaldPublication : Toronto : Signal, 2013Description : 1 vol. (xvi-320 p.) ; 21 cmISBN : 978-0-7710-2535-8Subject - Topical Name : Internet -- Aspect politique | Cyberespace | Internet -- Aspect social | Criminalité informatique | Guerre de l'information | Internet -- Political aspects | Cyberspace | Internet -- Social aspects | Cyberspace -- Political aspects | Computer crimes | Computer security | Privacy, Right of | Information warfare Document type : Livre List(s) this item appears in: BUB Libertés numériques
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Drawing on the first-hand experiences of one of the most important protagonists in the battle — the Citizen Lab and its global network of frontline researchers, who have spent more than a decade cracking cyber espionage rings and uncovering attacks on citizens and NGOs worldwide — Black Code takes readers on a fascinating journey into the battle for cyberspace. Thought-provoking, compelling, and sometimes frightening, it is a wakeup call to citizens who have come to take the Internet for granted. Cyberspace is ours, it is what we make of it, Deibert argues, and we need to act now before it slips through our grasp.


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