Just a quick pre-review for Blown To Bits: Your Life, Liberty, and Happiness After the Digital Explosion. It is an excellent follow up to No Place to Hide. Its been updated, talks about current privacy issues and is thus far well written. The authors do a great job of laying out how we have given away or privacy for convenience and how the big data shops technically aren't breaking any laws which works out just fine for the government who gladly pay them to spy and aggregate data.
I should be able to finish it up on the way to vegas and hopefully will remember enough post defcon to write the review ;-)