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Proceedings of the 2000 Conference on Computers, Freedom and Privacy

Fullname:Proceedings of the Tenth Conference on Computers, Freedom and Privacy
Note:Challenging the Assumptions
Editors:Lorrie Faith Cranor
Location:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dates:2000-Apr-04 to 2000-Apr-07
Standard No:ISBN: 1-58113-256-5; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: CFP00
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. CFP2000 Online Real-Audio Recordings
Ten years of computers, freedom and privacy: a personal retrospective BIBFull-Text 11-15
  Lorrie Faith Cranor
Introduction to the workshop on freedom and privacy by design BIBFull-Text 17-18
  Lenny Foner
Developing for privacy: civility frameworks and technical design BIBFull-Text 19-23
  Mark S. Ackerman
Multimedia information changes the whole privacy ballgame BIBFull-Text 25-32
  Anne Adams
An international standard for privacy protection: objections to the objections BIBFull-Text 33-38
  Colin J. Bennett
Serve yourself: shifting power away from the brothers BIBFull-Text 39-41
  Ian Brown; Gus Hosein
Notes for the workshop on freedom and privacy by design BIBFull-Text 43-44
  Roger Clarke
Influencing software usage BIBFull-Text 45-55
  Lorrie Faith Cranor; Rebecca N. Wright
Project "anonymity and unobservability in the Internet" BIBFull-Text 57-65
  Oliver Berthold; Hannes Federrath; Marit Köhntopp
Deniable payments and electronic campaign finance BIBFull-Text 67-68
  Matt Franklin; Tomas Sander
Principles for privacy protection software BIBFull-Text 69-72
  Harry Hochheiser
Protecting privacy while sharing information in electronic communities BIBFull-Text 73-75
  Tad Hogg; Bernardo A. Huberman; Matt Franklin
The development of destination-specific biometric authentication BIBFull-Text 77-80
  Andrew R. Mark
Your place or mine?: privacy concerns and solutions for server and client-side storage of personal information BIBFull-Text 81-84
  Deirdre Mulligan; Ari Schwartz
How not to design a privacy system: reflections on the process behind the Freedom product BIBFull-Text 85-87
  Adam Shostack; Ian Goldberg
Global ID, trusted systems, and communications markets BIBFull-Text 89-96
  Jonathan Weinberg
Obstacles to freedom and privacy by design BIBFull-Text 97-100
  Rebecca N. Wright
Overview of current criminal justice information systems BIBFull-Text 101-106
  James X. Dempsey
The trouble with ubiquitous technology pushers BIBFull-Text 107-113
  Steve Talbott
Security and privacy in broadband Internet services BIBFull-Text 115-116
  Robert Ellis
Freedom and choice in broadband Internet access BIBFull-Text 117
  Miles Losch
The broadband Internet: the end of the equal voice? BIBFull-Text 119-128
  John B., Jr. Morris; Jerry Berman
My net connection approaches light speed with cable, but that doesn't guarantee victory over DSL BIBFull-Text 129-135
  Simson Garfinkel
Privacy commissioners: powermongers, pragmatists or patsies? BIBFull-Text 137-139
  Ann Cavoukian
The Hong Kong personal data (privacy) ordinance BIBFull-Text 141-143
  Stephen Lau
The Privacy Act and the Australian Federal Privacy Commissioner's functions BIBFull-Text 145-148
  Malcolm Crompton
Global surveillance: the evidence for Echelon BIBFull-Text 149-154
  Duncan Campbell
Panel on infomediaries and negotiated privacy techniques BIBFull-Text 155-156
  Jason Catlett
Open letter to P3P developers & replies BIBFull-Text 157-164
  Jason Catlett
Infomediaries and negotiated privacy: resources BIBFull-Text 165-166
  Beth Givens
Infomediaries and negotiated privacy techniques BIBFull-Text 167
  Alexander Dix
People as subjects and as objects: contrasting market and academic research BIBFull-Text 169-171
  Bruce Umbaugh
The network society as seen by two European underdogs BIBFull-Text 173-181
  Giancarlo Livraghi
The creation of an on-line community: the Spanish case BIBFull-Text 183-187
  David Casacuberta
The network society as seen by two European underdogs BIBFull-Text 189-193
  Andrea Monti
The media and privacy: friend, foe or folly? BIBFull-Text 195-196
  Ann Cavoukian
Confronting dogma: privacy, free speech, and the Internet BIBFull-Text 197-204
  Raymond Wacks
The third millennium digital commerce act BIBFull-Text 205-211
  Margot Saunders
Naming and certificates BIBFull-Text 213-217
  Carl M. Ellison
Internet voting: will it spur or corrupt democracy? BIBFull-Text 219-223
  Lance J. Hoffman
Privacy technologies as political issues: consumption as mobilization BIBFull-Text 225-227
  David J. Phillips
Internet voting: spurring or corrupting democracy? BIBFull-Text 229-230
  Paul W. Craft
Compensating for a lack of transparency BIBFull-Text 231-233
  Berry Schoenmakers
Negotiating the global Internet rating and filtering system: opposing views of the Bertelsmann foundation's self-regulation of Internet content proposal BIBFull-Text 235-238
  Christopher D. Hunter
Is technology neutral?: space, time and the biases of communication BIBFull-Text 239-241
  Leslie Regan Shade
Imperial Silicon Valley BIBFull-Text 243
  Paulina Borsook
The classroom as panopticon; protecting your rights in the technology-enhanced workplace BIBFull-Text 245-248
  Marita Moll
Indirect threats to freedom and privacy: governance of the Internet and the WWW BIBKFull-Text 249-254
  Harry Hochheiser
The emerging role of standards bodies in the formation of public policy BIBFull-Text 255-257
  Timothy Schoechle
Personal data privacy in the Asia Pacific: a real possibility BIBFull-Text 259-262
  Jim C. Tam
Personal data privacy in the Pacific Rim BIBFull-Text 263-265
  Kate Lundy
Square pegs & round holes: applying campaign finance law to the Internet -- risks to free expression and democratic values BIBFull-Text 267-273
  Deirdre Mulligan; James X. Dempsey
The Internet and campaign finance laws BIBFull-Text 275-280
  Fred Wertheimer
Privacy excerpt from "Towards Digital eQuality: the U.S. Government working group on electronic commerce" BIBFull-Text 281-284
  Peter P. Swire
Student paper competition (abstract only) BIBAFull-Text 285
  Sara Basse; Jean Camp; Dan Gillmor; Wiley Hodges; Bruce Umbaugh; Danny Yee
Internet filter effectiveness (student paper panel): testing over and underinclusive blocking decisions of four popular filters BIBFull-Text 287-294
  Christopher D. Hunter
When social meets technical (student paper panel): ethics and the design of "social" technologies BIBFull-Text 295-301
  Patrick Feng
Quantum "encryption" (student paper panel) BIBFull-Text 303-313
  Mark V. Hurwitz

CFP2000 Online Real-Audio Recordings

Domain Names under ICANN: Technical Management or Policy Chokepoint BIBAFull-Text A1
  Michael Froomkin; Richard Sexton; Karl Auerbach; Jerry Berman; Amadeu Abril
Speaker: Mozelle W. Thompson, FTC Commissioner AND Get Me Pastry Cline: 25 Years of Privacy Journal's Wacky Mail BIBAFull-Text A2
  Mozelle W. Thompson
Dinner speaker: Neal Stephenson: Location: Frontenac Ballroom BIBFull-Text A3
  Neal Stephenson
Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy BIBAFull-Text A4
  Pamela Samuelson; Yochai Benkler; David Post; Randall Davis
Lunch speaker: Jessica Litman: The Demonization of Piracy. Location: Frontenac Ballroom BIBFull-Text A5
  Jessica Litman
Circumvention: Tool for Freedom or Crime? BIBFull-Text A6
  Alex Fowler; Paul Schwartz; Barry Steinhardt; Declan McCullagh; Robin Gross
Keynote speaker: Tim O'Reilly -- Open Source: The Model for Collaboration in the Age of the Internet BIBAFull-Text A7
  Tim O'Reilly
Building Diversity Online BIBFull-Text A8
  Karen Coyle; Greg Bishop
Hot Topics: Health Privacy BIBFull-Text A9
  Ari Schwartz; Greg Miller; Peter Swire; Angela Choy; Rebecca Daugherty
Lunch speaker: Whitfield Diffie: We Can Tap It for You Wholesale BIBAFull-Text A10
  Whitfield Diffie
Broadband and Speech BIBFull-Text A11
  Ari Schwartz; Myles Losch; John Morris; Andrew Clement; Sheridan Scott; Christopher Taylor; David Colville; Liss Jeffrey
Ten Years of CFP: Looking Back, Looking Forward BIBFull-Text A12
  Larry Abramson; Stewart Baker; Simon Davies; Barbara Simons; Ben Smilowitz; Jessica Litman; Ronald Plesser