Tech giants and global domination.
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New York, NY : Greenhaven Publishing, 2018.
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176 pages : ill. ; 24 cm
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9Y.
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McGavock High - Teen Non-Fiction
303.48 Tec
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Are tech giants the new robber barons of the digital age? Many governments and ordinary people are increasingly uncomfortable with the monopolistic might a small number of tech companies are amassing, the taxes they are avoiding, the data they are collecting, the privacy they are undermining, and the way they are functioning as extraterritorial powers beholden to no state and to no citizen or consumer. All sides of this super-charged debate are represented here, from those of the chieftains of Silicon Valley and EU regulators to FBI counterintelligence agents, scrappy open-source programmers, and ordinary computer users and digital consumers, in an effort to illuminate the digital world we currently inhabit, the limits of its freedoms, and who owns and controls its future.
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1534501258, 9781534501232 (Pbk.), 9781534501256

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Description
Are tech giants the new robber barons of the digital age? Many governments and ordinary people are increasingly uncomfortable with the monopolistic might a small number of tech companies are amassing, the taxes they are avoiding, the data they are collecting, the privacy they are undermining, and the way they are functioning as extraterritorial powers beholden to no state and to no citizen or consumer. All sides of this super-charged debate are represented here from those of the chieftains of Silicon Valley and EU regulators to FBI counterintelligence agents, scrappy open-source programmers, and ordinary computer users and digital consumers in an effort to illuminate the digital world we currently inhabit, the limits of its freedoms, and who owns and controls its future. Bibliography, Detailed Table of Contents, Further Information Section, Maps, Index, Primary Sources, Sidebars, Websites.
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9Y.
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Z,Fountas and Pinnell.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Bissinger, C. (2018). Tech giants and global domination. New York, NY: Greenhaven Publishing.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Bissinger, Caleb. 2018. Tech Giants and Global Domination. New York, NY: Greenhaven Publishing.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Bissinger, Caleb, Tech Giants and Global Domination. New York, NY: Greenhaven Publishing, 2018.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Bissinger, Caleb. Tech Giants and Global Domination. New York, NY: Greenhaven Publishing, 2018. Print.

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