Privacy & Security: Corporate Governance Issues for Business.
Sydney: SIFT Pty Ltd, September 9, 2002. Please note that this is a
Workshop: The Mobile Wireless Web, Data Services and Beyond: Emerging
Technologies and Consumer Issues. Washington DC: FTC, February
2002. Please note that this is a PDF document.
D. Reed Jr. and Elisa A Nemiroff.
Privacy Law in Q1 2002. Washington DC: Collier Shannon Scott,
January 28, 2002. Please note that this document is updated each quarter.
Consumers, and Costs: How the Lack of Privacy Costs Consumers and Why
Business Studies of Privacy Costs are Biased and Incomplete. Washington
DC:EPIC, March 2002.
Leadership Initiative. Privacy
Made Simple. Washington DC: PLI, February 2002.
Report on Financial Privacy, Law Enforcement and Terrorism.
Arlington, VA: Prosperity Institute, March 25, 2002. Please note that
this is a PDF document.
Jay and Barry Steinhardt. Drawing
a Blank: The Failure of Facial Recognition Technology in Tampa, Florida.
NY: ACLU, January 3, 2002. Please note that this document is in
- STAR Systems.
Theft in the United States: An Update. Memphis, TN: STAR, December
2002.Please note that this document is in PDF format.
- US Department
of Defense. Security
with Privacy: ISAT 2002 Study. Washington DC: DOD, December
13, 2002. Please note that this document is in PDF format.
Office of the US Courts, Automation and Technology Committee. Summary
of the Report of the Judicial Conference Committee on Automation and
Technology. Washington DC: US Courts, August 13, 2001. Please
note that this is a PDF document.
Office of the US Courts, Judicial Conference Committee on Court Administration
and Case Management.
Report on Privacy and Public Access to Electronic Case Files.
Washington DC: US Courts, June 26, 2001. Please note that this is
a PDF document.
Robert H. and Shane Ham. 2001. Online
Privacy and a Free Internet. [Washington, DC]: Progressive
Policy Institute, April 2001. Please note that this is a PDF document.
General of Vermont. Final
Report to the Vermont Legislature on Financial Privacy. Montpelier,
VT: ATG, February 14, 2001.
Dennis and Tom Richards. A
Guide to Global Privacy Legislation. Newton, MA: Meridien
Research, September 27, 2001. Please note that the actual document
is in PDF format.
John and Charles Raab. Law,
PETs and Other Technologies for Privacy Protection. Journal
of Information, Law and Technology, (University of Warwick), 2001
(1), February 28, 2001. This article is available in both HTML and
for Digital Democracy. TV
That Watches You: The Prying Eyes of Interactive Television. Washington
DC: CDD, June 26, 2001. This report is a PDF document. Also of interest
is the response
to this report by the Association for Interactive Media.
Study:Junk e-mail Costs Internet Users Euro 10 Billion
a Year Worldwide. Brussels: EC, February 2, 2001. The document
available in English is a summary of the report, and it is a PDF document.
Trade Commission. Project Mailbox IV: Report on Law Enforcement Actions
and Consumer Education Initiatives October 1, 1999 - September 30,
2000. Prepared in partnership with the National Association
of Attorneys General, US Postal Inspection Service and US Securities
and Exchange Commission. Washington DC: FTC, January 5, 2001. This
report is a PDF document.
to Congress on The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce
Act: The Consumer Consent Provision in Section 101(c)(1)(C)(ii)
. Prepared by the Bureau of Consumer Protection of the FTC with the
National Telecommunications and Information Administration of the
Department of Commerce.Washington DC: FTC, June 27, 2001. Also of
interest is the
Act this report discusses.
Assessment of the Costs of Proposed Online Privacy Legislation.
Sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute and the Association
for Competitive Technology. Washington DC: ACT, May 7, 2001.This is
a PDF document.
Reform Commission [of New South Wales]. Surveillance:
An Interim Report. Sydney: LRC, December 2001.
of Information Practices, State of Hawaii. The
Report of the Medical Privacy Task Force to the State of Hawaii 2001
Legislature. Honolulu: OIP, [January 2001].
for Economic Cooperation and Development, Directorate for Science,
Technology and Industry, Committee on Consumer Policy. Cross-Border
Cooperation in Combatting Cross-Border Fraud: The US/Canadian Experience.
Paris: OECD, March 5, 2001. This document is available in both
PDF and Word formats.
Report: Government and Private Sector Initiatives to Promote and Implement
the OECD Guidelines for Consumer Protection in the Context of Electronic
Commerce. Paris: OECD, March 1, 2001. This document is available
in both PDF and Word formats. Also of interest are the Guidelines(a
PDF document) discussed in this report.
Inventory of Consumer Protection Laws, Policies and Practices Applied
to Electronic Commerce. Paris: OECD, March 1, 2001. This
document is available in both PDF and Word formats.
Internet & American Life Project and the Health Privacy Project,
Institute for Health Care Research and Policy, Georgetown University.
Online: Why the New Federal Health Privacy Regulation Doesnt
Offer Much Protection to Internet Users. Washington DC:
Pew, November 2001. Please note that this is a PDF document.
and Federal Agencies: Government Exchange and Merger of Citizens
Personal Information is Systematic and Routine. Washington
DC: Privacilla, March 2001.
Click, youre hired. Or tracked...: A Report on the Privacy
Practices of Monster.com. Denver: Privacy Foundation, September
Ellen and Caroline Kennedy. The Internet, Consumers and Privacy. Sponsored
by the Internet Policy Institute. Washington DC: IPI, July 7, 2000.
This document is also available as a PDF file and a Word document.
Ian, University College London, Department of Computer Science, Simon
Davies and Gus Hosein, The London School of Economics, Department
of Information Systems. The Economic Impact of the Regulation of Investigatory
Powers Bill. Sponsored by the British Chambers of Commerce.
London: BCC, June 12, 2000. The full report is available in either
Word or PDF format. Also of interest is the proposed RIP bill which is discussed in this report.
Trade Commission. Figures and Trends on Identity Theft November 1999
through September 2000. Washington DC: FTC, October 23, 2000.
Also of interest is the workshop at which this report was presented.
on Identity Theft For Consumers in California From November 1999 to
July 2000. Washington DC: FTC, August 22, 2000. Please not
that this report is a PDF file. Also of interest is the testimony in which this report was presented.
Online Profiling: A Federal Trade Commission Report
to Congress. Washington DC: FTC, June 13, 2000. Please note
that this report is a PDF file. Also of interest is the Senate hearing,
"Online Profiling and Privacy," where
this report was presented.
Privacy Online: Fair Information Practices in the Electronic
Marketplace: A Federal Trade Commission Report to Congress.
Washington DC: FTC, May 22, 2000. Please Note: this report contains
several PDF documents.
Trade Commission, Advisory Committee on Online Access and Security.
Final Report of the Federal Trade Commission Advisory
Committee on Online Access and Security. Washington DC:FTC,
May 15, 2000.
of Consumer Affairs of New Zealand. Electronic Commerce and the New Zealand Consumer
A Status Report (and a Proposed New Zealand Model Code for Consumer
Protection in Electronic Commerce). Auckland: Ministry of
Consumer Affairs, March 2000. Please note that the full paper is a
Consumers League. Report from the National Consumers League to the US
Department of Justice Concerning Telemarketing and Internet Fraud.
Washington DC: NCL, January 10, 2000.
of the Governor, State of Washington. Public Records Privacy - Final Report: State Agency
Progress in Implementing Executive Order 00-03. Olympia,
WA: Office of the Governor, November 2000.
Protection and Privacy Practice Marketing. London:
DMA, May 2000. This paper provides guidance for complying with the
most recent version of the UK
Data Protection Law. The paper is a PDF document.
Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, House of Representatives,
Parliament of Australia. Advisory Report on the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector)
Bill 2000. Canberra: Parliament, June 26, 2000. SEE ALSO
the bill , now law, that this report discusses.
Joseph and Lilach Nir. The Internet and the Family 2000: The View from Parents,
the View from Kids. Sponsored by the Annenberg Public Policy
Center of the University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: APPC, May
2000. Please Note that this report is a PDF file.
- US Department
of Justice, Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, President's
Working Group on Unlawful Conduct on the Internet. The Electronic Frontier: The Challenge of Unlawful
Conduct Involving the Use of the Internet. Washington
DC:DOJ, March 2000.
- _____.Appendixes to "The Electronic Frontier: The Challenge
of Unlawful Conduct Involving the Use of the Internet. Washington
DC:DOJ, March 9, 2000.
States General Accounting Office. Internet Privacy: Agencies' Efforts to Implement OMB's
on Governmental Affairs, US Senate. Washington DC:GAO, September 21,
2000. This report is a PDF document.
Fred H. and Richard J. Varn. The
Public Record: Information Privacy and Access: A New Framework for
Finding the Balance. Sponsored by the Coalition for Sensible
Public Record Access. Washington DC: CSPRA, 1999. This
document is in PDF format.
for Democracy and Technology. Behind the Numbers: Privacy Practices on the Web.
Washington DC: CDT, July 1999. Note: This document is in PDF format.
Systems Policy Project. Advancing Global Electronic Commerce: Technology Solutions
to Public Policy Challenges. Washington DC: CSPP, July 1999.
Note: This document is in PDF format.
Mary J., McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University. Privacy and the Top 100 Web Sites: A Report to the
Federal Trade Commission. Draft Report. Sponsored by the
Online Privacy Alliance. Washington DC: MSB, May 1999.
Privacy Online in 1999: A Report to the Federal Trade
Commission. Draft Report. Washington DC: MSB, May 1999.
Privacy Information Center. Cryptography and Liberty 1999: An International Survey
of Encryption Policy. Washington DC: EPIC, June 1999.
Trade Commission. Self Regulation and Privacy Online: A Report to Congress.
Washington DC: FTC, July 1999.
Privacy Project. The State of Health Privacy: An Uneven Terrain.
Washington DC: Health Privacy Project, August 1999.
Privacy Project, Health Privacy Working Group. Best Principles for Health Privacy. Washington
DC: Health Privacy Project, July 1999.This document is in PDF format.
and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario and Registratiekamer(the Data
Protection Authority of the Netherlands). Intelligent Software Agents: Turning a Privacy Threat
into a Privacy Protector. Ontario: IPC, April 1999.
of Information Practices, State of Hawaii. The
Commercial Use of Personal Information. Honolulu: OIP, December
E. Nolan Company. Pending Federal Confidentiality Legislation Expensive
for Health Care Organizations. Sponsored by the
BlueCross and BlueShield Association. Dallas: Robert E. Nolan Company,
October 1999. NOTE: the full report is in PDF format. Also of interest
is the reply to this report by AHIMA of November 1999.
Business Dialogue. TABD Mid Year Report. Washington DC: TABD,
States Department of Justice. 1999 Report on Cyberstalking: A New Challenge for Law
Enforcement and Industry. Commissioned by the Vice President
of the United States. Washington DC: DOJ, August 1999.
Colin J. Prospects for an International Standard
for Protection of Personal Information: A Report of the Standards
Council of Canada. Discussion Draft. Provided for the Experts
Group Meeting. Fordham Law School, September 22, 1997.
of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Report to Congress Concerning the Availability of Consumer
Identifying Information and Financial Fraud. Washington DC:
Federal Reserve, March 1997. Note: This document is in PDF format.
Commerce Promotion Council of Japan, Working Group on Privacy Issues.
MidTerm Report on the Protection of Personal Data.
Tokyo: Chuo University, Professor Massao Horibe, Council Chair, 1997.
Commission. A European Initiative in Electronic Commerce.
Communication to the European Parliament, the Council, the Economic
and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. COM(97)157.
Brussels: European Commission. May 1997.
of European Direct Marketing. Codes of Practice, Direct Marketing and Online Services.
Prepared for the European Commission. Brussels: FEDMA, November 1997.
and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario. Smart, Optical and Other Advanced Cards: How to do
a Privacy Assessment. A Joint Project of the Information
and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario and the Advanced Card Technology
Association of Canada. Ontario: IPC, September 1997.
Information Infrastructure Task Force, Information Policy Committee.
Options for Promoting Privacy on the National Information
Infrastructure. Draft for Public Comment. Washington DC:
NII Task Force, April 1997.
Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information
Administration. Privacy and Self Regulation in the Information Age.
Washington DC: U.S. Department of Commerce, June 1997.
White House. A Framework for Global Electronic Commerce.
Washington DC: The White House, July 1997.
updated May 18, 2004