Foreword (Senator Evan Bayh). Preface: The Monkey House. Acknowledgments. Introduction: How and Why Our Privacy Is at Risk. Privacy Invasions Hurt. 1. The Seven Sins Against Privacy. 2. Collateral Damage: The Harm to Society. Why Technology Is Key. 3. Technology Affects Privacy: How and Why. 4. New Tech, New Crimes: Fresh Wounds. Privacy in Context. 5. Privacy and the Law: A Right Ahead or Left Behind? 6. Privacy and Identity: The Cult of Me. 7. Privacy and Culture in a Technological World: Shoji Screens. The Technology. 8. Voyeurism: Surveillance Technology. 9. Stalking: Networks, Tags, and Locators. The Watchers. 10. Marketing Invasions: Garbos and Greed. 11. Government Invasions for Security: Mugwumps and Momists. What Can Be Done? 12. Fighting Back: Gandhis, Curmudgeons, and Vigilantes. 13. The Panopticon: See the Bars, Rattle the Cage. Recommended Reading. Notes. Index. The Author.
David H. Holtzman has led a rich and distinctive life. In addition to raising five kids on his own, he has been a cryptographic analyst and submariner for the Navy, an intelligence analyst at the Defense Special Missile and Astronautics Center, a chief scientist at IBM, and a senior technology analyst for Booz|Allen|Hamilton. Holtzman has been a founding CEO and chairman of a venture-backed start-up company, a security consultant for several organizations and a presidential campaign, a corporate marketing consultant, an information-based software systems designer, and a high-tech adviser in Silicon Valley. During the late 1990s, as CTO of Network Solutions, he ran the Internet domain-name system and oversaw the growth of the commercial Internet from five hundred thousand to over twenty million domain names. Today, Holtzman is applying the knowledge he has gained from his unique experience by writing and consulting, and by running the popular blog he created, www.GlobalPOV.com, where he investigates and reports on the critical ways technology and society interact.