The Long Awaited Book, The Audacity to Spy, Has Been Released

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The book The Audacity to Spy: How Government, Business, and Hackers Rob Us of Privacy, written by Catherine Nolan and Ashley M. Wilson, JD, and published by Technics Publications, has just been released.

The Audacity to Spy, written by an attorney with an interest in privacy laws and legislation and her grandmother who is an experienced information analyst, reveals the ways in which personal data are being stolen by various sources. This book will raise awareness as to what the National Security Administration (NSA) and other government agencies are doing with phone logs and emails; what law enforcement agencies and insurance companies are tracking while people drive; and what information data brokers are collecting every time people log on to their laptops, use cell phones, access apps, or use a GPS.

“I am so excited about this book,” says Steve Hoberman, President of Technics Publications. “Not only does it cover what agencies and people are doing with our data, but what we can do to protect ourselves. In fact, after reading the book, I made a note of different practices I have to follow while browsing the Web. Most of our books are technical or business books; this is our first book that has broad appeal. It is also very special because it is written by an attorney and her grandmother – a great duo!”

The Audacity to Spy is available through all booksellers, including Amazon in both print and electronic formats, such as Kindle. It is also available through the publisher website:;jsessionid=561278899DF452ECBAB34A8E02084C5C.m1plqscsfapp01?productId=75&categoryId=1

About Technics Publications: Technics Publications is the premier publisher of data management, business process, and analytics texts. Technics Publications also organizes the Data Modeling Zone conferences. Their website is, and the conference website is

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