Nicola Zamperini’s Manuale di disobbedienza digitale is a book that concerns a wide variety of matters both technological and anthropological. Gradually, the Author leads us to reflect on the significant change that affects contemporary human condition. Starting with a series of observations about the functioning of the net and the key role of techno-corporation, Zamperini dedicates the second part of his essay to social and psychological consequences of the digital pressure. It appears that the abuse of technological tools is changing some crucial aspects of our ontological dimension, from identity, through memory and until death. For that reason, the book ends with 100 guidelines designed to promote an effective digital disobedience.