For further information and more resources regarding privacy policies, we have created the following listing of expertise and subject knowledge.


 

  1. Overview of the Data Protection Directive, EC.europa.eu
  2. U.S> Federal Trade Commission The FTC’s Fair Information Practice Principles, FTC.gov · Fair Information Practice Principles
  3. HR 237 IH, The Consumer Internet Privacy Enhancement Act, as Introduced in House, 107th Congress CIPEA
  4. HR 89 IH, Online Privacy Protection Act of 2001, as Introduced in House, 107th Congress OPPA
  5. Kirby, Carrie “FTC drops the Call for New Internet Privacy Laws,” SFGate, October 5, 2001. SFgate.com Article
  6. Implementation of 15 U.S.C. §§ 41-58, FTC.gov
  7. Electronic Privacy Information Center, Air Travel Privacy, Epic.org. Also see the FAA’s Enforcement Database at FAA.gov.
  8. Helmer, Gabriel M. “Cracking Down: FCC Initiates Enforcement Action Against Hundreds of Telecommunications Carriers For Failing to Certify Compliance With Customer Privacy Rules Security, Privacy and the Law, Foley Hoag, LLP, May 2009. Securityprivacyandthelaw.com. Also see the FCC Enforcement Center at FCC.gov
  9. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, FTC.gov
  10. COPPA Safe Harbors discussed, Cybertelecom Federal Internet Law & Policy – an Educational Project. Krohn & Moss Consumer Law Center, Cybertelecom.org
  11. Discussion of compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, FTC Privacy Initiatives, FTC.gov
  12. Data Privacy, A Safe Harbor Approach To Privacy: TRUSTe Recommendations, Center for Democracy and Technology, CDT.org
  13. Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Loc.gov
  14. “The Financial Privacy Requirements of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act”, FTC Facts for Business”, FTC.gov
  15. Information Regarding the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999, US. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. Senate.gov
  16. Understanding HIPAA Privacy, HHS.gov Health Information Privacy, HHS.gov
  17. Notice of HIPAA Privacy Practices. Privacy/ Data Protection Project, Miller School of Medicine Miami University, Miami.edu
  18. Privacy Laws, California Office of Information Security and Privacy Protection CA.gov
  19. Deceptive Trade Practices, Enotes.com
  20. Safe Harbor Compliance, Export.gov
  21. TRUSTe, Truste.com
  22. CDT Guide to Online Privacy, Center for Democracy and Technology, 2009. CDT.org
  23. Trust Guard Privacy Verified Seal program. Trust-Guard.com
  24. Etrust, Etrust.org
  25. Webtrust Seal Program, Webtrust.org
  26. Softsteel Solutions “The Platform for Privacy Preferences Project (P3P)”, Softsteel.co.uk
  27. CyLab Privacy Interest Group, 2006 Privacy Policy Trends Report. January, 2007 Chariotsfire.com
  28. Millis, Elinor, “EFF tracking policy changes at Google, Facebook and others,” Cnet Digital News, June 2009. Cnet.com
  29. Fogg, B. J. “How Do People Evaluate a Web Site’s Credibility? (abstract)” BJ, Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab, November 2002, Consumerwebwatch.org. Stanford Web Credibility Project found at Stanford.edu.
  30. Acquisti, Alessandro and Janice Tsai, Serge Egelman, Lorrie Cranor, “The Effect of Online Privacy Information on Purchasing Behavior: An Experimental Study” Carnegie Mellon University, 2007. Econinfosec.org
  31. Gorell, Robert. “Do Consumers Care About Online Privacy?” October, 2007. Grokdotcom.com citing to a study by Chris Hoofnagle, UC-Berkeley’s Bolt School of Law. Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, Berkeley.edu
  32. Goldman, Eric. “On My Mind: The Privacy Hoax,” October, 2002, EricGoldman.org
  33. Out-Law News. “Average privacy policy takes 10 minutes to read, research finds,” Out-Law.com, July 2008.