Well-written in the face of disinformation, secrets, and outright lies. Double and triple fact checking probably didn't cut much ice here, and Olson did a creditable job of ferreting out what seems to be a coherent narrative. The journalism is solid, the authorial voice very engaging. I'm deeply sympathetic to hackers, and this book didn't dissuade me one bit. Yeah, they do some harm- it's undeniable. But when they are taking down banks and evil corporations, I'm right up there cheering them on, so who am I to castigate them for their other, more nefarious actions? I enjoyed the "ripped from the headlines" aspect of this book, and I dug getting to feel like I was, however briefly, on the inside. I'm in their corner, with my knee-jerk anti-authority bias intact.