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Civilizing Cyberspace

A Fight for Digital Democracy

The internet is far more dangerous than it seems. It is not just for storage of endless information, but the limitless battleground for the next Great War. A war we may loose.

The Civilization of Cyberspace is a fight for a Digital Democracy putting private data is in the hands of the people, instead of monopolies, criminals and enemies. Kenneth J. Hamer-Hodges takes a deep dive into the world of digital computers to review the existential threats we face as a nation and the established science of the solutions.

Kenneth believes it is vital to understand the nature mathematics for comprehensive cybersecurity to secure ourselves, our identities and our private data from staying in the wrong hands.

Grab your copy to learn how cyberspace must be secured and the steps needed for nations to function safely as sound democracies. The WWII architecture used by General-Purpose Computers is unsafe. It will be destroyed by Artificial Intelligent Malware. Computers cannot take us further without first returning to its roots.

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