I have noticed that a few privacy-focused communities like to keep a list of books. They tend to focus on non-fiction, and are filled with great recommendations that range from fact-filled wonders to cool trends, such as digital minimalism.
While I do occasionally take the time to read non-fiction, I am very much a speculative fiction type person.
Either way, I was wondering what your reading recs looked like? Fiction or not, but particularly those with some relation to technology and how we use it, and how it uses us.
For example, Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson, True Names by Verner Vinge, or obviously Brave New World by Huxley.