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Prying Eyes: Privacy in the Twenty-first…

Prying Eyes: Privacy in the Twenty-first Century (Exceptional Social…

by Betsy Kuhn

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 082257179X, Hardcover)

Some people worry that in today's high-tech world, we are losing our privacy, just like the citizens in George Orwell's classic novel 1984. Prying Eyes takes a balanced look at the advantages of technology--from anticrime surveillance cameras to Gobal Positioning Systems--and the ways it may be threatening our privacy.

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Explores the issue of privacy, and emerging technology that may or may not invade our privacy including GPS systems, the tracking of online purchasing habits and more.

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