This book had a very long gestation. I started writing it at the end of 2019 and then, because of more important commitments, I decided to put it on hold and pick it up a few months later. In early 2020 we know well what happened, and the pandemic again put the completion of the book on the back burner.
In recent weeks, almost by chance, I picked up the material again and realized that all in all it was largely complete: so I decided to supplement the missing parts, update others, and release a first edition.
In this book, I tried to explore the various threats to online privacy, including state surveillance and data collection by private companies, also suggesting strategies for enhancing privacy in your online activities.
“The Little Handbook of Online Privacy” is available on Amazon, both in kindle and paperback format.