I thought it would be interesting, in addition to promoting online security and privacy, to cultivate academically and philosophically those interested who come to the forum at least. I am not a hungry reader, but I am always dedicating part of my time to reading, and that habit has opened many doubts and closed many others, and nowadays I can’t help myself from a state of reflection and perpetual criticism.
The idea, then, is basically to make a mini list of books that we would recommend to open the mind and cultivate the mind.
For my part I recommend the following books:
The Road to Serfdom, by Friedrich A. Hayek
The Law, by Frédéric Bastiat
Anatomy of the State, by Murray N. Rothbard
Permanent Record, by Edward Snowden
No Place to Hide, by Glenn Greenwald
And finally, The Classical Liberal Case for Privacy in a World of Surveillance and Technological Change, by Chris Berg
I invite you to reply to this thread with your recommended readings. Best regards.