Resource on Consumer Privacy

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on March 10, 2003

From the Center for Democracy and Technology, this new 108 page compendium of papers (PDF), Considering Consumer Privacy: A Resource for Policymakers and Practitioners. The papers address a range of privacy issues including: notice, consent/choice, access, security, private right of action, state pre-emption, the online/offline question, ADR, safe harbors, and verification.
The CDT’s resource was published in conjunction with the Internet Caucus Advisory Committee sponsored debate on online privacy March 6, a video of which is available here.

Posted in Legislation, Privacy

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