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Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights

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Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN-13: 9780463652909
Number of pages: 307

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We are at a crucial point in our development as societies and citizens. With technology evolving at a dizzying pace, we must urgently decide how to make it work for us, rather than for those who want to wield power over us. To plot our course wisely, we need to understand technology's power and how it is radically shifting the balance of our lives, for better and for worse.

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