Privacy for sale: how computerization has made everyone's private life an open secret
An examination of the world of information takes readers on a guided tour of the big three credit agencies, demonstrating why privacy laws are hopelessly outdated and what people can do to minimize their invasions of privacy. 35,000 first printing.
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