Hacktivity: Private Data

Hacktivity Private Data Shawn Harris is a hacktivist who just pushed the boundaries too far On the run from the FBI he joins a team of hackers to stop an unexpected threat to the American people their own government Under t

  • Title: Hacktivity: Private Data
  • Author: Ovi Demetrian Jr James Whynot Brian Brushwood
  • ISBN: 9781500414207
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shawn Harris is a hacktivist who just pushed the boundaries too far On the run from the FBI, he joins a team of hackers to stop an unexpected threat to the American people their own government Under the pretense of security from people like Shawn, the NSA and presidential candidate Dean Calloway feel it necessary to use our personal data against us Now it s up to the rShawn Harris is a hacktivist who just pushed the boundaries too far On the run from the FBI, he joins a team of hackers to stop an unexpected threat to the American people their own government Under the pretense of security from people like Shawn, the NSA and presidential candidate Dean Calloway feel it necessary to use our personal data against us Now it s up to the revolutionaries of the internet age to stand up for the freedoms we don t even know we re losing.

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    1. Hacktivity was definitely an intriguing story. I loved how the author wisely used the graphic novel format to highlight the dangers of government overreach in the digital realm, and the gritty art style helps to sell that this is a bleak world we're observing. That said, there are several moments were the artwork doesn't quite work. A couple panels near the middle of the book were too dark for me to tell what was going on, and that's never helpful from a reader's point of view. The dialogue quic [...]

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