Bibliography and Recommended Readings


Attaran, Mohsen. “On the Internet, don't get personal.” IIE Solutions (May 1999): 22.

Baskin, Cathryn. “Do you have a right to privacy?” PC World (May 1999): 15.

Beer, Matt. “New law restricts grocery stores' gathering and selling of information on customers.” San Francisco Examiner (11 October 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/examiner/archive/1999/10/11/BUSINESS9574.dtl> [8 December 1999].

Berselli, Beth. “Free-mail? Online services (and advertisements) at no extra charge (except personal data)!” Washington Post (21 August 1998): G1.

CBS 2 News. “Shopping away privacy, follow-up.” 11:00 pm PT, 16 March 1999. Available [Online]: <http://www.channel2000.com/news/specialassign/news-specialassignment-990316-172212.html> [8 December 1999].

 “CPEX gets personal.” Wired (15 November 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,32538,00.html> [8 December 1999].

Deckmyn, Dominique. “More managers monitor e-mail.” Computerworld (18 October 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.computerworld.com/home/print.nsf/all/991018C7D2> [8 December 1999].

Fixmer, Rob.  “Compressed data; New way to travel the Web while leaving few footprints.” New York Times (16 August 1999): C5.

Gilje, Shelby. “Readers value privacy more than savings from club cards.” Seattle Times (9 September 1998). Available [Online]: <http://www.seattletimes.com/news/lifestyles/html98/trub_090998.html> [8 December 1999].

Gilje, Shelby. “Safeway finds a way around privacy worry about its card.” Seattle Times (30 September 1998). Available [Online]: <http://www.seattletimes.com/news/lifestyles/html98/trub_093098.html> [8 December 1999].

Guernsey, Lisa. “Free service is a way to keep prying eyes off your e-mail.” New York Times (15 July 1999):
D3(N), G3(L).

Hafner, Katie. “Do You Know Who's Watching You? Do You Care?” New York Times (11 November 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.nytimes.com/library/tech/99/11/circuits/articles/11priv.html> [8 December 1999].

Herbert, Bob. “What privacy rights? Medical records, phone calls, E-mail - nothing is secure.” New York Times (27 September 1998): WK15(N), E15(L).

Idler, Joseph. “Protecting your right to privacy on the Internet.” Trusts & Estates (June 1999): 41.

Lewis, Peter H. “What's on your hard drive? If you want privacy, it pays to find out what your computer saves and how to erase information that the delete button hardly touches.” New York Times (8 October 1998): D1(N), G1(L).

Lohr, Steve. “Seizing the initiative on privacy; on-line industry presses its case for self-regulation.” New York Times (12 October 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.nytimes.com/library/tech/99/10/biztech/articles/11priv.html> [8 December 1999].

McCune, Jenny C. “Big Brother is watching you.” Management Review (March 1999): 10.

McGrath, Peter. “Knowing you all too well.” Newsweek (29 March 1999): 48.

McHugh, Josh. “Mind readers.” Forbes (29 November 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.forbes.com/Forbes/99/1129/6413182s4.htm> [8 December 1999].

“Military level encrypted e-mail no longer a mission impossible with UK based release of free 2048 bit secure e-mail service.” (27 July 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.intrapromote.com/service_op_release1.html> [8 December 1999].

National Public Radio, Talk of the Nation. “The hazards of e-mail.” 2:00 pm ET, 10 November 1998. David Bennahum, Andrea Johnson, Susan Stamberg, Ray Suarez.

“New plans for Internet could carry privacy risks.” San Francisco Chronicle. (12 October 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/news/archive/1999/10/12/national0125EDT0433.DTL&type=tech_article> [8 December 1999].

Penenberg, Adam L. “Eluding Big Brother.” Forbes (29 November 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.forbes.com/Forbes/99/1129/6413182s2.htm> [8 December 1999].

Penenberg, Adam L. “The end of privacy.” Forbes (29 November 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.forbes.com/Forbes/99/1129/6413182a.htm> [8 December 1999].

Penenberg, Adam L. “On the Web, no one is anonymous.” Forbes (29 November 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.forbes.com/Forbes/99/1129/6413182s1.htm> [8 December 1999].

“Privacy group files suit against FTC.” New York Times (12 October 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.nytimes.com/library/tech/99/10/cyber/capital/12capital.html> [8 December 1999].

 “Progress for privacy.” Los Angeles Times (1 November 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.latimes.com/cgi-bin/slwebcli?DBLIST=lt99&DOCNUM=93130> [8 December 1999].

Quittner, Joshua. “Going Private: Worried about who knows what you see and spend online? Here's how to disguise yourself.” Time (8 February 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.pathfinder.com/time/personal/990208/tech.html> [8 December 1999].

Robinson, Sara. “CD software said to gather data on users; RealNetworks receives variety of information.” New York Times (1 November 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.nytimes.com/library/tech/99/11/biztech/articles/01real.html> [8 December 1999].

Scheer, Bob. “Your privacy could be a thing of the past.” Los Angeles Times (26 October 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.latimes.com/cgi-bin/slwebcli?DBLIST=lt99&DOCNUM=90935> [8 December 1999].

Schoenberger, Chana. “How secret?” Forbes (29 November 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.forbes.com/Forbes/99/1129/6413182s3.htm> [8 December 1999].

Scott, Rick. “Exposed!” PC/Computing (March 1999): 156.

Seglin, Jeffrey L. “You've got mail. You're being watched.” New York Times (18 July 1999): GU4(N), GU4(L).

Shiver, Jube, Jr. “Workers lament loss of e-mail privacy on job.” Los Angeles Times (11 October 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.latimes.com/cgi-bin/slwebcli?DBLIST=lt99&DOCNUM=86189> [8 December 1999].

Small, Jay.  “Security features can help preserve Web privacy.” Internet Adviser (27 September 1999): C08.

Stroh, Michael. “The search for ways to protect your e-dentity.” Los Angeles Times (27 October 1999). Available [Online]: <http://www.latimes.com/cgi-bin/slwebcli?DBLIST=lt99&DOCNUM=91532> [8 December 1999].

Tanaka, Jennifer. “Getting personal: online shoppers will spend nearly $10 billion this holiday season. They'll surrender some of their privacy along with the cash.” Newsweek (22 November 1999): 101.


Privacy Organizations and Resources



Center for Democracy & Technology http://www.cdt.org/
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility http://www.cpsr.org/
Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) http://www.epic.org/
Electronic Frontier Foundation's Privacy Archive http://www.eff.org/pub/Privacy/
EFF's Top 12 Ways to Protect Your Online Privacy:  http://www.eff.org/pub/Privacy/eff_privacy_top_12.html
Junkbusters.com http://www.junkbusters.com/
PrivacyExchange http://www.privacyexchange.org/
Privacy International http://www.privacyinternational.org/
The Privacy Page http://www.privacy.org/
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse Beth Givens http://www.privacyrights.org/
Privacy Times, Evan Hendricks http://www.privacytimes.com/
Private Citizen, Robert Bulmash http://www.private-citizen.com/
Prof. David F. Linowes' web site: workplace privacy  http://www.staff.uiuc.edu/~dlinowes/home.htm
Right to Privacy web site http://www.rightoprivacy.com/
Stamp-It-Out Privacy Protection Stamps http://www.on1.net/privacy/
U.S. PIRG http://www.pirg.org/
Voters Telecommunications Watch http://www.vtw.org/
Zero Junk Mail http://www.zerojunkmail.com/
 
 



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