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The Hacker Crackdown by Bruce Sterling

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Also by Bruce Sterling:

Schismatrix Plus, January 2015
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The Caryatids, March 2009
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Art Of Alex Gross, February 2007
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Visionary In Residence: Stories, March 2006
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Shaping Things (Mediaworks Pamphlets), September 2005
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Zeitgeist, August 2001
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Distraction, October 1999
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A Good Old-Fashioned Future, June 1999
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The Hacker Crackdown, October 1998
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Holy Fire, October 1997
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Schismatrix Plus, December 1996
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Heavy Weather, December 1995
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Difference Engine, The, January 1992
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The Hacker Crackdown
Bruce Sterling

Bantam USA
October 1998
On Sale: October 5, 1998
336 pages
ISBN: 055356370X
EAN: 9780553563702
Mass Market Paperback
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A searing probe into computer hacking--a cutting-edge nonfiction book by the bestselling co-author of The Difference Engine. Sterling looks at the issue of computer freedom vs. computer security from all sides: the telephone companies, who are the primary victims; the computer hackers; law enforcement officials; and the civil libertarians, who try to protect First Amendment rights.

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