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A Hacker's Mind
How the Powerful Bend Society's Rules, and How to Bend them Back
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"An essential new perspective on hacking: the bad and the ugly, but also a surprisingly optimistic way of using a hacker mentality to solve society's complex problems." -- Marietje Schaake, international policy director at Stanford University Cyber Policy Centre and member of European Parliament, 2009-2019 "A Hacker's Mind brilliantly explains how our society and democracy are being shaped by people taking the 'hacking' mentality into realms that weren't designed to be hacked. Bruce Schneier shows how hacking, the tool of the rebel and the outsider, can also be used by the rich and powerful to win in business and politics, at great cost to the civic commitment needed for our free society. A great read and an important book!" -- Timothy H. Edgar, author of Beyond Snowden "They say that rules are made to be broken, but more often rules are gamed, finessed, worked around, or subverted-in short, hacked. No one is better equipped than Bruce Schneier to explain how this often-perverse use of human ingenuity can undermine the institutions that civilized life depends on. A Hacker's Mind is an important source of new insights on the forces that can sap the vigor and integrity of modern society." -- Steven Pinker, Johnstone Family Professor of Psychology, Harvard University, and author of Rationality "A Hacker's Mind... sheds vital light on the beginnings of our journey into an increasingly complex world." -- Becky Hogge - Financial Times
Bruce Schneier is a renowned security technologist, called a "security guru" by the Economist. He has written more than one dozen books, including the New York Times bestseller Data and Goliath (2014) and Click Here to Kill Everybody (2018). He teaches at the Harvard Kennedy School and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.