Â GREATER SEATTLE, WA – 01/01/1970 (PRESS RELEASE JET)
Dean decided to publish the book as an independent serial release of downloadable content based on 3 criteria.
1. Â Â To make content available fitting necessary personal relevance to readers without buying the whole book.
2. Â Â The ability to iterate prescriptive changes due to fast evolving legal and technical impacting privacy and data protection.
3. Â Â To self-fund the production of her fully authored work.
â€œOne of the unique challenges of producing any book with currency in technology is to release a title that isnâ€™t obsolete before it hits the shelves. Â Consumer and civil privacy are experiencing chronic, war-like levels of hostility. In order to produce something relevant, [the process] required me to adopt prioritizing skills of a combat medic. You produce content so consumers can access the guidance they need to triage their own privacy,â€� said Dean, who spent years rewriting iterations of privacy mansuscript features.
Privacy Is A Spider provides a holistic direction in its full form. Â The complete guide aspires to help US readers prevent losses, create and recreate their privacy during and after a privacy incursion. Â
â€œItâ€™s very tough for consumers to watch privacy protections chronically invalidated and not know what to do. The public needs a program based on resilience, personal priorities and an ability to make a place for privacy in their lives. Hopefully that is what Privacy is a Spider delivers,â€� said Dean.Â
Privacy, The Creative Act, the first featured chapter in the Privacy is a SpiderÂ serial will be available for purchase at, SheilaMDean.com for $2.00.Â Deanâ€™s aim is to sell enough relevant content for the book to pay for itself. Â You can learn more about her path to completion by visiting, Patreon.com/RebalancePrivacy.Â
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sheila is an active voice for more technical privacy provisions to improve the digital user experience. She hopes to optimize a new modern social discipline “to be more private”. What started as a dedicated practice tour of the human rights and digital policy landscape, has landed on the edge of a technical self-leadership approach to reclaiming ownership of personal data.
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