The Invasion of Privacy - Donald Madgwick; Tony Smythe;Pitman, 1974, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good - in Very Good DJ. DJ slightly ruffled at the edges, some very small nicks and a little fading at the spine. Bruised lightly at the spine. Edges of the textblock very gently tanned. A nice copy.
The right to privacy is one of the most basic of human rights, yet the public sector, constantly demanding more knowledge about us, is increasingly eroding this right. Compulsive reading, The Invasion of Privacy shows that the agencies of government are insidiously creeping into our personal lives. Information is power; and the frightening advance of technology, spearheaded by the computer, has placed all the tools of Orwell’s 1984 m the grasp of authority. It is the authors’ thesis that the next few years will be crucial to the survival of our traditional liberties — liberties that are not guaranteed by the British legal system. If we are to resist the official intrusion of privacy, now is the time to reassert our values soon it will be too late…”
Size: 8¾" x 5¾"
Number of Pages: 197
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