Table des matières

Contents
Introduction: Eyes and Spies
Chapter 1: Hallway Monitors
Chapter 2: Home Sweet Home
Chapter 3: Street Sense
Chapter 4: Caught in the Web
Chapter 5: Shop ’Til You Drop Data
Chapter 6: Big Brother Bother
Conclusion: Drawing the Line
Further Reading
Selected Sources
Index
About the Author and Illustrator

La description

Eyes and Spies looks at the way information and data is collected and used by individuals, governments, companies, and organizations. Each chapter covers one aspect of the subject, from data collection to computer surveillance and personal privacy. Arguments for both increased security and increased privacy encourage readers to think critically about the issues.

Reviews

“A good informational resource and cautionary tale. ”

- Youth Services Book Review, 06/08/19

“This is a mind-broadening read and an excellent addition to library collections, containing intriguing facts and major topics that invite debate and critical analysis. ” 

- Canadian Children’s Book News, Spring/17

AWARDS won & REVIEW QUOTES for other books by Tanya Lloyd Kyi:

Extreme Battlefields
…”unusual of theme and gratifyingly broad of both historical and geographical scope
—Kirkus Reviews, 02/17/16

“High interest and thorough, it will delight military-history buffs. ”
Booklist on-line, 05/01/16

Green Book Festival Award
2017 Rocky Mountain Book Award nomination

DNA Detective
“This enticing and informative book doesn’t shy away from ethics and controversy …”
—The Booklist Reader, 05/18/16
Best Bets List, Top Ten, Ontario Library Association
Best Books for Kids & Teens 2016, Canadian Children’s Book Centre
Science in Society Book Award finalist, Canadian Science Writers’ Association
Information Book Award finalist, Children’s Literature Roundtables of Canada
Red Cedar Award finalist, B. C.

When the Worst Happens
“ … a thrilling, well-sourced book, ideal for research or for browsing. ”
—School Library Journal, 08/14

“Kyi’s fresh voice will have readers picturing themselves in the shoes of these real-life survivors. ”
—Kirkus Reviews, 08/20/14

Silver Birch Award, Honour Book, Ontario Library Association
2016 Rocky Mountain Book Award finalist
Golden Oak Award nomination, Ontario Library Association

“Deserves a wide readership amongst pre-teens and young teens alike. ”

- CM Reviews, 09/08/17

“Highly engaging and eye-opening . . . “Valuable” is an understatement. A timely read on surveillance and mass data collection for public and school libraries. ” 

- School Library Journal, 02/01/17

“Although it’s written for kids . . .  every adult should get this book, read it tive times, and then read it aloud to every child in their life. ”

- BC Bookworld, Summer/17

“Accessible yet thought-provoking. ” 

- Booklist, 03/15/17

“This lively effort serves well as a revealing, thoughtful, and provocative introduction to a complex subject and alarming realities. ” 

- Kirkus Reviews, 01/15/17