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Terminal Compromise

computer terrorism: when privacy and freedom are the victims

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Author: Winn Schwartau
Published: 1991
Language: English
Wordcount: 212,617 / 650 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 67
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Downloads: 3,410
Added to site: 2007.12.01
mnybks.net#: 19216
More Info: massis.lcs.mit.edu
License: ©

Taki Homosoto, silver haired Chairman of Japan's huge OSO Industries, survived Hiroshima; his family didn't. Homosoto promises revenge against the United States before he dies. His passionate, almost obsessive hatred of everything American finally comes to a head when he acts upon his desires.

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pter every few days throughout its E-Mail system as a combination of security aware- ness and employee 'perc'. Try it; it works and your employees will appreciate it. Why? Because they'll all talk about it - bringing security awareness to the forefront of discussion.

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