FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
contact: Scott Germaise
Protect Your Personal Information Assets
Nanuet, NY (January 1, 2004) – Consumers concerned about protecting their personal information assets and privacy both on the Internet and off now have a book covering the big picture, the major issues and specific action steps all in one place.
Over 40 specific personal information privacy and security topics are covered to help individuals gain more control over their personal information and how it’s used. The “Tactics” sections themselves include general introductions, taking action steps, more in-depth information and where to find additional resources via the Internet. Specific topics include everything from how to decrease exposure to junk Email & viruses, junk postal mail, hidden tracking of Internet use, credit card/identity theft, protection and more. Sections on computing include safety techniques for home networking, general computing and concerns with other electronic devices.
In addition, Privacy Tactics offers an introduction to the
history of how ideas about privacy have developed in the
Privacy Tactics is designed to be used by consumers and businesses in need of a complete overview as well as individuals seeking to find help and information for specific problems.
About the Author
Scott Germaise has worked in the online industry for over 15 years. His efforts include building some of the world’s first online direct merchants at Prodigy Services Company to producing some of the most popular web sites in the world at About.com. Along the way Mr. Germaise has dealt with privacy issues as consumer, marketer and as President and board member of non-profit community organizations.
About Privacy Tactics
Privacy Tactics is the first book from TetraMesa Publishing & eCommerce. Booksellers may order the title via Ingram. (ISBN 0-9744497-0-9 / 400 page paperback / $24.95) Copies may be ordered online from the publisher at www.privacytactics.com. Also, via www.justbookz.com, www.amazon.com and various other online booksellers.
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