Interaction with Agents Project
School of Information Management and Systems
University of California Berkeley

E-Privacy Site

by Jens Grossklags
at the School of Information Management and Systems, University of California Berkeley

Interesting Readings Organisations Projects & Software
Alessandro Acquisti: Security of Personal Information and Privacy: Technological Solutions and Economic Incentives, January, 2004.
Alessandro Acquisti, Jens Grossklags: Losses, Gains, and Hyperbolic Discounting: An Experimental Approach to Personal Information Security Attitudes and Behavior, January, 2004.
Dirk Annacker, Sarah Spiekermann, Martin Strobel: E-privacy: A new search cost dimension in online environments, June, 2001.
Jeremy Bentham: The Panopticon, 1787.
J.J. Borking et al.: Intelligent Software Agents: Turning a Privacy Threat into a Privacy Protector, Information and Privacy Commissioner Ontario (Canada) and Registratiekamer (The Netherlands), April, 1999.
Stefan Brands: Privacy Credentials, ZeroKnowledge, November, 2000.
L. Jean Camp and J. Doug Tygar: Providing Auditing While Protecting Privacy, The Information Society, March 1994, Vol. 10, No. 1, 59-72 (working paper version)
Lorrie F. Cranor, Joseph Reagle, Mark S. Ackerman: Beyond Concern: Understanding Net Users' Attitudes About Online Privacy, AT&T Labs-Research, April, 1999
William M. Daley et al.: Privacy and Self-Regulation in the Information Age, June, 1997.
James X. Dempsey: Communications Privacy in the Digital Age: Revitalizing the Federal Wiretap Laws to enhance Privacy, Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology, Volume 8, Number 1, 1997.
Sarah Spiekermann, Jens Grossklags, Bettina Berendt: Stated Privacy Preferences versus actual behaviour in EC environments: A Reality Check, September, 2001
Subcommittee on Telecommunications Trade & Consumer Protection: Electronic Commerce - Current Status of Privacy Protections for Online Consumers, The Committee on Commerce, July 1999.
Samuel D. Warren, Louis D. Brandeis: The Right To Privacy, Harvard Law Review, December, 1890.
Jane Kaufman Winn, James R. Wrathall: Who Owns the Customer? The Emerging Law of Commercial Transactions in Electronic Customer Data, The Business Lawyer, November, 2000.
(more e-privacy readings...)
Cipher: Newsletter of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Security and Privacy
IEEE Security & Privacy
Datenschutz und Datensicherheit
(more e-privacy journals...)
Bibliography on Issues as secrecy, shame & guilt, rumour and gossip, and data protection, maintained by University of Edinburgh.
Economics of Privacy and Anonymity Bibliography, maintained by Alessandro Acquisti.
Human factors and computer security: a bibliography, maintained by Alma Whitten (SIMS, UC Berkeley)
List of Security and Privacy Conference Papers and List of relevant Journal Papers , maintained by Anish Mathuria (IEEE
Privacy Bibliography, maintained by EPIC
Usability of Computer Security: A Bibliography, maintained by Rachna Dhamija (SIMS, UC Berkeley)
(more e-privacy bibliographies...)
Books and Book Lists
Books & Bibliographies maintained by
Book list maintained by
Book list maintained by the media awareness network
L. Jean Camp: Trust and Risk in Internet Commerce, MIT Press, Winter (Cambridge, MA) 2000
Fred H. Cate: Privacy in the Information Age, Brookings Institution Press, 1997 (Onlinebook)
National Research Council: For The Record: Protecting Electronic Health Information, Committee on Maintaining Privacy and Security in Health Care Applications of the National Information Infrastructure, 1997 (Onlinebook)
Peter P. Swire, Robert E. Litan: None of Your Business: World Data Flows, Electronic Commerce, and the European Privacy Directive, Brookings Institution Press, 1998 (Onlinebook)
Doug Tygar et al. (National Research Council Committee on Information Systems Trustworthiness): Trust in Cyberspace, National Academy Press, 1999. (Online Version)
(more e-privacy books...)
American Civil Liberties Union
Americans for Computer Privacy
California State Privacy Task Force
Center for Democracy and Technology
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
Computers, Freedom and Privacy
Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Electronic Frontiers Australia
Electronic Privacy Information Center
Federal Trade Commission, Privacy Initiatives
IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Security and Privacy
IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology
Information and Privacy Commissioner/Ontario
Internet Law & Policy Forum
Online Policy Group
International Association of Privacy Officers
Office of the Information Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, UK
Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong
Online Privacy Alliance
Privacy Exchange
Privacy Forum by
Privacy Foundation
Privacy International
The Privacy Place
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Progress & Freedom Foundation
Understanding Privacy by the Better Business Bureau
German Organisations
Projekt E-Demokratie
Unabhängiges Landeszentrum für Datenschutz Schleswig-Holstein
Virtuelles Datenschutzbüro
Academic Institutions
IBM Privacy Research Institute
Laboratory for International Data Privacy @ Carnegie Mellon University
Special Interest Group on Computers and Society of the ACM
Special Interest Group on Security, Audit and Control of the ACM
Relevant Law Clinical Programes
Berkman Center for Internet & Society @ Harvard
Center for Internet and Society @ Stanford
Samuelson Law, Technology, and Public Policy Clinic @ Berkeley
Alessandro Acquisti
Colin Bennett
Stefan Brands
Roger Clarke
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Mary Culnan
James X. Dempsey
Marit Hansen
Marc Langheinrich
Gary T. Marx
Marc Rotenberg
Richard Smith
Peter Swire
Companies (Pro and Con)
Open Business Innovation
P3P Parser, IBM Alphaworks
Java Anon Proxy, Technical University Dresden
P3P Privacy Minder, AT&T Research
IBM Privacy Institute Projects, AT&T Research
Privacy Standards
Plattform for Privacy Preferences (P3P)
A P3P Preference Exchange Language (APPEL)
My Projects
Interaction With Agents Project (IWA), Humboldt-University Berlin
Information Privacy in Ubiquitous Computing, UC Berkeley
Other Resources
Call for Paper Page for Security and E-Privacy, run by IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Security and Privacy
HotWired Privacy Resources
This eprivacy/e-privacy site is maintained and updated by Jens Grossklags. If you wish to contribute to this site with further eprivacy/e-privacy sources please contact me.

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