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Richard Hunter

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Richard Hunter explores the realities and implications of a world in which anyone who wants badly enough to know anything about you, your business, or anything else will be able to get that information. He examines the information-gathering technologies that are and will be deployed-on our streets, in our offices and public buildings, even in our homes and cars-and explains their benefits as well as potential serious abuses. Hunter is Vice President, Security Research, GartnerG2, the strategic business growth division of Gartner, Inc., the world's largest technology research firm.

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Richard Hunter

Richard Hunter explores the realities and implications of a world in which anyone who wants badly enough to know anything about you, your business, or anything else will be able to get that information. He examines the information-gathering technologies that are and will be deployed-on our streets, in our offices and public buildings, even in our homes and cars-and explains their benefits as well... More »

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