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Proceedings of the 2002 Conference on Computers, Freedom and Privacy

Fullname:Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Computers, Freedom and Privacy
Location:San Francisco, California
Dates:2002-Apr-16 to 2002-Apr-19
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 1-58113-508-X; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: CFP02
Papers:41
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. National id card: the next generation
  2. Truth is the first casualty of war -- availability of information post 9/11
  3. USA patriot act and privacy
  4. A prognosis for use of health, medical, and genetic information
  5. Bridging the digital divide: the bay area and beyond
  6. The DMCA and you
  7. Future of intellectual property
  8. Student privacy issues
  9. Public records "how public is too public? public records and personal privacy"
  10. The promise of privacy enhancing technologies
  11. Should we meet John Doe? civil litigation and anonymity in cyberspace
  12. Privacy and private litigation
  13. CFP2002 Online Real-Audio Recordings

National id card: the next generation

The US/Mexico border crossing card (BCC): a case study in biometric, machine-readable id BIBFull-Text 1
  Andrew Schulman

Truth is the first casualty of war -- availability of information post 9/11

Executive order on critical infrastructure protection BIBFull-Text 2
  George W. Bush
Executive order establishing office of homeland security BIBFull-Text 3
  George W. Bush
Access to information after 9/11 BIBAFull-Text 4
  Lee Tien

USA patriot act and privacy

Impact on internet service providers BIBFull-Text 5
  Clint N. Smith

A prognosis for use of health, medical, and genetic information

Linking the public voice with the genetic policy process: a case study BIBAFull-Text 6
  Gregory Fowler
Security and privacy after September 11: the health care example BIBFull-Text 7
  Peter Swire; Lauren Steinfeld

Bridging the digital divide: the bay area and beyond

The Cisco community fellowship program and Cisco corporate philanthropy BIBAFull-Text 8
  Michael Yutrzenka

The DMCA and you

Motivations behind a role play at CFP: repeated assaults on the constitution by extremist property rights advocates BIBFull-Text 9
  Lance J. Hoffman

Future of intellectual property

How copyright became controversial BIBAFull-Text 10
  Drew Clark

Student privacy issues

A preliminary study at Stanford University BIBAFull-Text 11
  Ruchika Agrawal; Lily Sarafan; Tami Kameda; Matthew Waddell; Eric Albert; Alana Aldag; Jed Burgess; Enoch Chen; Chris Countryman; Jeremy Ginsberg; Art Hu; Sandra Liu; Walter Luh; Brad Markham; Derek Shanahan; Barbara Simons

Public records "how public is too public? public records and personal privacy"

Public records on the internet: the privacy dilemma BIBAFull-Text 12
  Beth Givens
Fact or fiction: privacy in American libraries BIBAFull-Text 13
  Carrie Gardner

The promise of privacy enhancing technologies

The role of privacy advocates and data protection authorities in the design and deployment of the platform for privacy preferences BIBAFull-Text 14
  Lorrie Faith Cranor
Reputation in privacy enhancing technologies BIBAFull-Text 15
  Roger Dingledine; Nick Mathewson; Paul Syverson

Should we meet John Doe? civil litigation and anonymity in cyberspace

Amicus: Vincent Donato, et al, v. Stephen Moldow, et al BIBFull-Text 16
  Paul Alan Levy; David C. Vladeck; J. C. Salyer
Frequently asked questions (and answers) about John Doe anonymity BIBFull-Text 17
 
Amicus: Dendrite International, Inc. v. John Does BIBFull-Text 18
  Paul Alan Levy; J. C. Salyer
Unmasking "John Doe" defendants: the case for caution in creating new legal standards BIBAFull-Text 19
  Michael S. Vogel
Petition: Joan Melvin v. John Doe, et al BIBFull-Text 20
  Joan Melvin

Privacy and private litigation

Piper rudnick: litigated privacy issues BIBFull-Text 21
  Ronald L. Plesser

CFP2002 Online Real-Audio Recordings

Opening Speaker BIBAFull-Text A1
  James Bamford
Wednesday, April 17th Luncheon Keynote BIBAFull-Text A2
  Timothy J. Muris
Wednesday, April 17th Dinner Keynote BIBAFull-Text A3
  Bill Lockyer
EEF Pioneer Awards BIBAFull-Text A4
 
Statistics and Slobodan: crunching big data for the Milosevic case at the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia BIBAFull-Text A5
  Patrick Ball
Plenary Session #5: how to hack an election BIBAFull-Text A6
  Kim Alexander; Ernie Hawkins; Peter G. Neumann; Joe Taggard; Jason Dearen; Andy Neff
Plenary Session #6: Who Goes There? Privacy in Identity and Location Services BIBAFull-Text A7
  Dan Gillmor; Jason Catlett; Avi Rubin; Brian Arbogast; Roger Cochetti
Open Source BIBAFull-Text A8
  John Morris; Tim O'Reilly; Brian Behlendorf; Erwin J. Basinski
Getting it Right: Global Internet Policy Issues BIBAFull-Text A9
  James Dempsey; Veni Markocski; Mas Wigrantoro Roes Setiyadi; Teresa Peters
ICANN in Year 3 BIBAFull-Text A10
  Alan Davidson; Peter G. Neumann; Susan Crawford; Karl Auerbach
A Prognosis for Use of Health, Medical, and Genetic Information BIBAFull-Text A11
  Alex Fowler; Peter Swire; Mary Henderson; Gregory Fowler
Thursday, April 18th Luncheon keynote BIBAFull-Text A12
  Larry Irving
Plenary Session #7: Grassroots Goes Global: Activism Online BIBAFull-Text A13
  Michael Cornfield; Jason Mark; Chris Carlsson; A Caruso; Heather Mansfield
2002 Orwell Awards BIBAFull-Text A14
 
Friday, April 19th Morning Keynote BIBAFull-Text A15
  Jackie Speier
Plenary Session #10: Are the Tools the Rules?: The Future of the Digital Commons BIBAFull-Text A16
  Bruce Koball; Dewayne Hendricks
The Role of Consumer Education in Protecting Privacy BIBAFull-Text A17
  Fran Maier; Paula Bruening; Jim Harper; Mel Petersen; Sarah Andrews
Copyright and Innovation: the P2P Experience BIBAFull-Text A18
  Peter Menell; Fred von Lohmann; Sarah Deutsch; Frank Hausmann; Mark Litvack
International Security Cooperation and Privacy BIBAFull-Text A19
  Simon Davies; Gus Hosein; Ian Brown; Barry Steinhardt
Closing Keynote BIBAFull-Text A20
  Bruce Sterling