My first book, The Internet Police: How Crime Went Online, and the Cops Followed, officially launches today—and after two years of work, I couldn’t ask for a better review than the one Cory Doctorow published this morning.

If you want to see what’s inside, the Ars feature “Taking down ‘the largest child p**nography conspiracy ever prosecuted'” is pulled directly from the book.

The title can currently be purchased as a hardback (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or local bookstores) or as an e-book (Amazon, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, or Google Play). Several Ars readers have asked about the possibility of signed copies, and I’m happy to announce that I now have 30 signed copies available. OPTION 1: $35 includes the hardback, free shipping throughout the US and Canada, an inscription of a (non-obscene!) message of your choice, and a bonus free download of the e-book from iTunes (sorry, Android users and Kindle lovers—this was the only way my publisher could make it work on their end).     

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