'This book is broad, deep, and accessible - a rare combination in a single volume. This book opened my eyes to the complex scenarios that make up the future, and then gave me frameworks for understanding them. Highly recommended!'
Adam Shostack - author of Threat Modeling: Designing for Security, and the co-author of The New School of Information Security
'Revolutionary technology usually bursts on the scene and races ahead of public comprehension and policy, which struggle to keep up. Quantum computing is different - we have time to think, because many of the theoretical promises are understood but most are still years away. Hoofnagle and Garfinkel provide a valuable contribution to that opportunity to think, by giving the reader a comprehensive look at both the technology and its policy opportunities and threats.'
'Law and Policy for the Quantum Age is required reading for those who really want to understand why quantum technologies are likely to transform our world in a very radical way. While there are many other books that explain the physics and engineering of quantum information systems, Law and Policy for the Quantum Age is the only book currently available that clearly elucidates the huge impact that these quantum devices will have on industrial and government policy, and why we need to seriously consider these implications today.'
'… a gracefully written and deeply informative look at the commercial and policy prospects of quantum computing …'
Stewart Baker - former Assistant Secretary for Policy, United States Department of Homeland Security; former General Counsel, National Security Agency
‘With their book, Hoofnagle and Garfinkel deliver an exceptional performance by making the material accessible, offering a realistic view of what is (and what is not) coming. In doing so, they identify at exactly the right time the policy questions that politics and society must now start thinking about.’
Axel Arnbak - Het Financieele Dagblad