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Apple unreasonable policy: what do you think?

Hi folks,
I just saw a thread on the apple vis web site entitled Apple unreasonable policy with a bunch of comments. Most companies now a day record calls and lets every caller know that their call may be recorded. As one person stated, they expect to be recorded, and I can agree with that. I had started to read a book many years ago and I don’t believe I finished it. I don’t exactly know why, but I wish I had. Think the book would be good for my books podcast. The book was entitled: The digital person : technology and privacy in the information age and it is a good book. It is available in braille from BARD. Here is the information from BARD about this book.


Author: Solove, Daniel J., 1972-
Title: The digital person : technology and privacy in
the information age / Daniel J. Solove. [braille]
Published: Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for
the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress,
2006. (Braille International, Inc., transcribing agency.
Braille International, Inc., distributor.)
Description: 3 volumes of press braille ; 28 x 28 cm.
Series: Ex machina
Book Number: BR 16095
Dewey No.: 343.730858 ANF 22
Notes: Includes bibliographical references.
Availability restricted to persons meeting the
eligibility requirements of the National Library Service for
the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress.
Law professor examines the proliferation of
databases that store information on individuals’ activities,
interests, and preferences assembled through computers and
the Internet. Examines privacy and legal concerns including
identity theft, the debate over public records, and the use
of government access to profile people for criminal or
terrorist activity. 2004.
Also available for download from BARD/Web-Braille
as digital braille. Users must register with their
cooperating library.
Transcription of: New York : New York University
Press, c2004. 0814798462
English Braille, American Edition (contracted
braille).
Description based on the print edition used for
the braille transcription.
Subjects: Data protection — Law and legislation — United
States.
Electronic records — Access control — United
States.
Government information — United States.
Privacy, Right of — United States.
Public records — Law and legislation — United
States.
Downloadable books.
Nonfiction.
Braille books. lcgft
Location: DLC-B BR 16095 NLS/BPH
Control No.: 425555


If you guys have not read this book, I really think you should. I do want to read this book inf full, I don’t think I ever did. I think a lot of what is happening today was covered in this book. If you have any thoughts, I’m interested to hear what you think. Have you read the book? If so, what did you think? Our books podcast would love to hear from you if you want to do a review. We hope yoiu found my comments of interest, and feel free to check out the post, and let me know what you think.

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