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Tech + law policy reading list – suggestions welcome! (Updated)

Here’s some of the books on my reading list this year.

Dragnet Nation by Julia Angwin – read & recommended

It’s Complicated by danah boyd – read & recommended

Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy by Biella Coleman – on the growing pile next to my bed 

Information Doesn’t Want To Be Free by Cory Doctorow – on the growing pile next to my bed

June 2015 – I’m currently reading Bruce Schneier‘s Data and Goliath.

If you’ve got some suggestions to add, do let me know.

Recommendations

From @PaulBernalUK

Wikipedia and the Politics of Openness, by Nathaniel Tkacz  (and Bernal’s review)

From @JuliaPowles

The Glass Cage: Automation and Us, by Nicholas Carr

The Internet is not the Answer, by Andrew Keen

From @Gazzy_D

The End of Absence, by Michael Harris

This Machine Kills Secrets, by Andy Greenberg – read & recommended

 

What I’ve already read ….

I’ve read and recommend —>

Rebecca Mackinnon’s Consent of the Networked,

Glenn Greenwald’s No Place to Hide,

Rebecca Giblin’s Code Wars,

Mark Pearson’s Blogging and Tweeting without Getting Sued, which I’ve reviewed,

Nick Cohen’s You Can’t Read this Book

Tim Wu’s The Master Switch

Nate Anderson’s The Internet Police: How Crime Went Online, and the Cops Followed

 

 

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