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Friday, February 13, 2015

Deep Black by Stephen Coonts

Coonts addresses the surveillance expertise of NSA and his fictitious Desk 3 in this book.   The ability of the US government to impact another nation's computers and infrastructure is hypothesized.  Of course, I think this is all speculative but how would one know unless perhaps you are Edward Snowden.

The book has lots of action and cutting edge tools of destruction.  Again, I don't know if any of this stuff exists but the weapons and tech used are typical of a Coonts book, lots of whiz-bang and hooha!

The story is intricate and shows the value of "boots on the ground" when dealing with data collection. 

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