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The Privacy Book By E. J. Lashlee
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Is Privacy Still Possible? It has been increasingly difficult to maintain any sense of privacy, especially as computers have become the standard, companies and government sharing information, and... More > social networking. Trying to undo exposure or remove history is mostly a waste of time. Today, you must create your own privacy. You can attain partial privacy with the use of most organizations, but the easiest, fastest, least costly, and ultimately most effective privacy is with the use of Private Asset Trusts. In this book you'll find out how to Create a Private Trust, Use Private Bank Accounts, Private Vehicle Ownership, Private Home Ownership, Private Gun Ownership, and Get Tax Privacy. Avoid Trust Mistakes that even Stars and Celebrities have left unprotected. Book purchase entitles you to a $100 CASH REBATE Inside (will also reimburse s&h) -- See page 236< Less
The Privacy Book By E. J. Lashlee
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Is Privacy Still Possible? It has been increasingly difficult to maintain any sense of privacy, especially as computers have become the standard, companies and government sharing information, and... More > social networking. Trying to undo exposure or remove history is mostly a waste of time. Today, you must create your own privacy. You can attain partial privacy with the use of most organizations, but the easiest, fastest, least costly, and ultimately most effective privacy is with the use of Private Asset Trusts. In this book you'll find out how to Create a Private Trust, Use Private Bank Accounts, Private Vehicle Ownership, Private Home Ownership, Private Gun Ownership, and Get Tax Privacy. Avoid Trust Mistakes that even Stars and Celebrities have left unprotected. Book purchase entitles you to a $100 CASH REBATE Inside (will also reimburse s&h) -- See page 236< Less
e-Books: An Invasion of Privacy? By Dick Eastman
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I enjoy staying abreast of the latest technology advances. When I first obtained the Amazon Kindle, I was very enthusiastic about it. The Kindle has great technology, is easy to read, and appears to... More > be the wave of the future. I believe that the Amazon Kindle as well as the earlier Sony Reader and other future e-book readers yet unannounced will revolutionize the publishing industry. However, as I have continued investigating the Amazon Kindle and other e-book readers, I have become more and more concerned about privacy and legal issues. My concerns have nothing to do with the technology: I am still as impressed as ever with the readability and usefulness of these e-book readers. However, I am now so concerned with the privacy and legal ramifications that I am tempted to permanently power off my Kindle e-book reader.< Less
Protecting Your Privacy and Anonymity Online: A Guide For Everyone (Windows 8 Edition) By Philip Perry
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This is a book about how you can use freely available, open source tools to secure your privacy and anonymity online. It takes a little work, but these tools can significantly help you protect... More > yourself.< Less
Semantic Web Security: A Privacy-enhanced Usage Control Model By Slawomir Grzonkowski
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This book is a PhD thesis that was pioneering in several areas of security and privacy for Semantic Web and Linked Data. It shows that using these technologies, as any other Internet technologies,... More > create not only exciting opportunities, but also new threats and risks. Studies presented in this book demonstrate how to mitigate and counter such threats and risks. Slawomir Grzonkowski is a researcher at the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), Galway, Ireland, where he received his PhD for his work on "A Privacy-enhanced Usage Control Model". He gained his experience while he was working on several research and commercialization projects such as CISCON, SeDiCi, eLITE or Líon. He conducted additional postdoctoral studies within the Semantic Group in CISCO Inc.< Less
CIPP Information Privacy Professional Foundation Exam & CIPP/US Exam ExamFOCUS Study Notes & Review Questions 2014 By ExamREVIEW
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ExamREVIEW.NET (a.k.a. ExamREVIEW) is an independent content developer. We at ExamREVIEW are not associated nor affiliated with the certification vendor(s) mentioned in our examprep books. The... More > name(s), title(s) and award(s) of the certification exam(s) mentioned in our books are the trademark(s) of the respective certification vendor(s). We mention these name(s) and/or the relevant terminologies only for describing the relevant exam process(es) and knowledge (i.e. Fair Use).< Less
Protecting Your Privacy and Anonymity Online: A Guide For Everyone (GNU/Linux Edition) By Philip Perry
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This is a book about protecting your privacy and anonymity online using freely available tools and Gnu/Linux. It'll help you protect your personal data with encryption, help you exercise your right... More > to free speech without persecution, and help you browse the Internet privately and securely.< Less
CIPP/US & CIPP/E Information Privacy Professional Certification Exams ExamFOCUS Study Notes & Review Questions 2014 By ExamREVIEW
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According to the IAPP, candidates seeking their IAPP privacy certification must pass the MC based Certification Foundation exam which covers elementary concepts of privacy and data protection from a... More > global perspective. The major exam components are: I. Introduction to Privacy: Common Principles and Approaches II. Information Security: Protecting and Safeguarding Personal Information III. Online Privacy: Using Personal Information on Websites and with Other Internet-related Technologies After this exam the next step is to take the CIPP/US exam or the CIPP/E exam, both of which have a lot of legal topics. It is our opinion that you need to possess both technical knowledge and legal knowledge in order to succeed. For the EU specialization, the focus of this book is on the various EU laws and regulations.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 6. Workplace Issues 1 (Workplace Conduct, Be a Good Worker - Boss, Salary, Employment Law, Privacy, Sick Leave, Family - Work) By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book for workers and employers covering many of the logistical, spiritual and legal aspects of work. Accept people on their own terms. The way to deal with people is to be nice, helpful... More > and try to make them feel happy for the moment. They judge you in the first five seconds of contact so at the very least, be neutral and bland. Don't be arrogant and snotty. At the very best, be pleasant but don't offer a phony smile or come on too strong too soon. Just be coolly casual and nice. Give someone a compliment in a casual way like you really mean it and they will like you immediately because people are generally so starved for attention that they will fall for it every time. Tell almost anyone they're interesting, they will think you mean it and keep flapping their gums. By talking to someone casually, you show you like them so they like you back.< Less
The “People Power” Business Superbook: Book 15. Workplace Issues 1 (Workplace Conduct, Be a Good Worker - Boss, Salary, Employment Law, Privacy, Sick Leave, Family - Work) By Tony Kelbrat
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The way to deal with people is to be nice, helpful and try to make them feel happy for the moment. They judge you in the first five seconds of contact so at the very least, be neutral and bland. ... More > Don't be arrogant and snotty. At the very best, be pleasant but don't offer a phony smile or come on too strong too soon. Just be coolly casual and nice. Give someone a compliment in a casual way like you really mean it and they will like you immediately because people are generally so starved for attention that they will fall for it every time. Tell almost anyone they're interesting, they will think you mean it and keep flapping their gums. By talking to someone casually, you show you like them so they like you back. Merely by offering a bland sociable comment, you show you're being friendly. That's the best you can do because coming on too strong and friendly is just as suspicious as being cold if not moreso.< Less