Best data or ML related reads last year (2019)?

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David Sanger's "A Perfect Weapon" is the best book about cybersecurity.
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I rented the audible and started listening this morning. I can tell already that this will be an excellent and educational read. Thank you so much!
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@Gentry this was a great book recommendation, thank you! I definitely did not know about half of the events that Sanger discussed (or just new surface level details), and it put a lot of current events in a different framework for me. I found the discussion on policy failures to be very interesting, both the internal tug of war on surveillance tools and secrecy, and how modern democracy seems to lack even the correct definitions to describe and understand events. Or what to do about them.Next, I picked up Soshana Zuboff's The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, which I have found very interesting so far.Thanks again!
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@carynjo Put "The Fifth Domain" on your list next if you're interested in a problem/solution approach to cyber defense. Again, for a tech/policy book, it's delightfully fast-paced.