How to Keep Your Life and Your Personal Data Out of
the Public Information Marketplace
By The Silver Lake Editors
Personal financial data has become the most sought-after asset
in the information economy.
Crooks want your data—but they’re not the only
ones. Internet marketers use personal information almost as
aggressively, but by selling their customers’ personal
information. Retailers, schools and government agencies collect
more personal information on clients, students and applicants
than they admit and then do a sloppy job of protecting it and
you. GPS devices are cool and useful—for other people
to keep tabs on you.
What can consumers do to manage these risks? This book has
the answers. The tips in this book will reduce the number of
unwanted phone calls, spam emails and junk mail that the reader
receives. In practical, plain English, readers get the tools
they need to keep their private information private.
270 pages, trade paperback
(4½” x 7¾”) ISBN: 1-56343-799-6
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