Sep 082011
 September 8, 2011  Misc

From FPF:

Future of Privacy Forum is pleased to share the second annual “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers,” showcasing leading analytical thinking about current and emerging privacy issues.

Leading Papers:

  1. Accountability as the Basis for Regulating Privacy: Can Information Security Regulations Inform Privacy Policy? 
    Mary J. Culnan
  2. Against Notice Skepticism (Forthcoming, 87 Notre Dame Law Review – 2012) *Draft 
    Ryan Calo
  3. The Case for Online Obscurity 
    Woodrow Hartzog and Frederic Stutzman
  4. Dispelling the Myths Surrounding De-identification: Anonymization Remains a Strong Tool for Protecting Privacy (Seen in the Canadian Law Review, vol. 8, no. 9, August 2011)
    Dr. Ann Cavoukian and Khaled El Emam
  5. The Failure of Online Social Network Privacy Settings 
    Michelle Madejski, Maritza Johnson and Steven Bellovin
  6. The PII Problem: Privacy and a New Concept of Personally Identifiable Information
    Paul M. Schwartz and Daniel J. Solove

Notable Mentions:

  1. Flash Cookies and Privacy II: Now with HTML5 and ETag Respawning 
    Chris Hoofnagle, Mika Ayenson, Deitrich James Wambach, Ashkan Soltani and Nathan Good
  2. Regulating Privacy by Design
    Ira S. Rubinstein

Download the 2011 Privacy Papers for Policy Makers to read executive summaries and view full papers below.

View the 2010 papers here.

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