The library’s barcode sticker on the back generally obscures some unimportant back-cover information but, in this case, it is troublesome: it covers Schneier’s recommendation. I wanted to read that so I found it on the web:
In a world punch-drunk on data, with both governments and corporations – not to mention private persons – increasingly recording and correlating our every move, Windows Into the Soul is an important and timely book
The author, Gary Marx, is / was an MIT professor who lives and breathes surveillance, in particular, the social and philosophical aspects. This book is not easy reading, but it is thought-provoking.