Edward Snowden: Permanent record

  title={Edward Snowden: Permanent record},
  author={Patrick D. Anderson},
  journal={Ethics and Information Technology},
  • P. Anderson
  • Published 16 November 2019
  • Computer Science, History
  • Ethics and Information Technology
Every so often a nonfiction book comes along that has the power to make you think and the power to make you weep, the power to make you question and the power to make you laugh. Permanent Record, the memoir of National Security Administration (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden, is such a book. This highly anticipated account of Snowden’s life will be welcome reading for those who, curious about his motives and his methods, seek a reflective and detailed account of his decision to blow the… Expand
Ancient Romans called urbs the set of buildings and infrastructures, and civitas the Roman citizens. Today instead, while the society is surfing the digital tsunami, urbs and civitas tend to becomeExpand
How Smart is the Grid?
A new taxonomic framework has been developed starting from a general analysis of the emerging solutions, identifying intersectoral synergies and limitations with respect to the ‘smart grid’ concept, and a set of issues involving engineering, regulation, security, and social frameworks have been derived in a theoretical fashion. Expand