The rise of the computer state

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Random House, May 1, 1983 - Political Science - 273 pages
An award-winning reporter documents case after case of the computer's threat to our privacy, legal procedures, and the democratic process, providing clear evidence of the present and probable dangers of computer technology

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Contents

The National Security Agency
118
Values
145
The Rule of Law
165
Copyright

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