Invasion of Privacy

sutherlandInvasion of Privacy
by Ian Sutherland
2014/ 472 pages
read by Matthew Lloyd Davies 16h 59m
rating: A + / cyber-crime

A cellist is the victim of a very violent, premeditated murder. Individual webcams are highjacked to provide  entertainment and information.  Hackers are needed to solve all this madness.

Detective Jenny Price and her partners work on the murder in pretty much traditional ways while Brody Taylor,  a computer whiz, takes on a challenge from an online hacker group and tries to find his way through the security surrounding a new site –  Flex-base? He finds a web-cam site called “Somebody’s Watching You”   (SWY) and a show called  “The Au Pair Affair.”    The challenge has been set up by a hacker called Crooner 42 in order to ruin Brody who is known as Fingle via another hacker named Mad the Hatter.   >>>>MORE>>>> 

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