Twisted Tech: The Death of Privacy in the Digital Age (Paperback)

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In Twisted Tech, author Scott McClallen seeks to analyze and explore the intersection of technology, free speech, and privacy. He believes technology holds the keys to future advancement of humanity. From accidental policy enforcement to individuals misusing tech; McClallen delves into where things can go wrong while highlighting the incredible opportunities that exist.

McClallen seeks to start a conversation. But first, people need to know what's going on so they can identify emerging problems as technology envelops every part of our lives and blurs the line between public and private. Moving from technology's roots to the modern-day, there is a lot to explore. Research and interviews with the Babylon Bee's CEO Seth Dillon, commentary from Reason's Robby Soave, and more will illuminate issues of:

  • The future of tech.
  • The power players involved in the control and dissemination of information.
  • How to balance using tech while keeping your privacy

If you are looking for a deeply researched book detailing the current and future state of technology in the world, Scott McClallen's Twisted Tech belongs in your library.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781637308325
ISBN-10: 1637308329
Publisher: New Degree Press
Publication Date: December 19th, 2021
Pages: 268
Language: English