The Rise of the Computer State is a comprehensive examination of the ways that computers and massive databases are enabling the nationas corporations and law enforcement agencies to steadily erode our privacy and manipulate and control the American people. This book was written in 1983 as a warning. Today it is a history. Most of its grim scenarios are now part of everyday life. The remedy proposed here, greater public oversight of industry and government, has not occurred, but a better one has not yet been found. While many individuals have willingly surrendered much of their privacy and all of us have lost some of it, the right to keep what remains is still worth protecting.The manual further notes that theaCheck Enginealight in the instrument panel ais designed to warnyou ifthe system has ... many times the car has been drivenfaster than 85 miles an hour and also how many times the engine was started afteranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rise of the Computer State|
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2015-01-13|