CFP'93 - Index of Papers
March 9-12, 1993 in Burlingame, CA
Papers from the Third Conference on Computers Freedom and Privacy, 1993, Burlingame, CA. Please observe copyright restrictions. All papers are copyright by the authors.
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- Electronic voting and elections
- Freedom of speech
- Cryptography and digital telephony
- Privacy issues in Medicine
- Digital identity
- Law and ethics
- Technology and the NII
- Caller I.D.
- International issues
- Lorrie Ackerman - Summary of CFP'93
- Roger Clarke - Summary of CFP'93
- Transcript of Nicholas Johnson's Keynote Address
- Richard Civille - New Investments in Civic Networking
- Mark Graham - The Role of Telecommunications Technology in Issues Advocacy and Citizen Participation in the Democratic Process
- James Love - Federal Informatino Policy
Electronic voting and elections
- Irwin Mann - Open Voting Systems
- Rebecca Mercuri - The Business of Elections
- Roy G. Saltman - Assuring Accuracy, Integrity and Security in National Elections
- Michael Ian Shamos - Electronic Voting - Evaluating the Threat
- Eva Waskell - Overview of Computers and Elections
Freedom of speech
- Mike Godwin - A New Frontier for Freedom of Expression
- Carl Kadie - The Academic Freedom Model
- Virginia E. Rezmierski - Arts, Culture, and the National Information Infrastructure
- Robert Edgar - HDID and Aesthetic Practice
- Judy Malloy - Portrait of the Artist on the Net
- Tim Perkis - The Impact of Computer Technology on the Artistic Process
- Randy Ross - Computer Technology, Telecommunications, and American Indian Art?
Cryptography and digital telephony
- Summary of the FBI's Digital Telephony Proposal
- Text of the Digital Telephony Bill
- Lance J. Hoffman - Will "Usually Secure" Cryptography Permit Bugging of the Digital Network?
- Illene Rosenthal - Export Controls on Mass Market Software with Encryption Capabilities
- David L. Sobel - Digital Telephony and Crypto Policy
- The EFF's Analysis of the FBI Proposal Regarding Digital Telephony
- Dorothy E. Denning - To Tap or Not to Tap
Privacy issues in Medicine
- Sheri Alpert - Medical Records, Privacy and Health Care Reform
- Laura Feste - Confidentiality of the Computer-Based Patient Record
- Daniel Sands - Medical Information and Privacy
- David Lewis - Motor Vehicle Records, Freedom of Information and Your Privacy
- Barbara Petersen - Access Versus Privacy in Flordia
- Jack H. Reed - Freedom of Information - The Continuing Dilemma
- Robert Ellis Smith - The Proper Face of Privacy
- Jacob Sullum - A Contract Approach to Informational Privacy
- Philip E. Agre - Articulated Tracking and the Political Economy of Privacy
- Jonathan P. Allen - Freedom and Privacy in the Newly Integrated Work Environments
- Roger Clarke - Computer Matching and Digital Identity
- Will Hill and Jim Hollan - History-Enriched Digital Objects
- Max Nelson-Kilger - The Digital Individual
- Janet Dixon - Women, Public Policy, and the Information Age
- Hoai-An Truong Gender Issues in Online Communications
Law and ethics
- John C. Brice - Freedom and Privacy in the Digital Revolution
- Donald Ingraham - Slouching into Cyberspace
- Prologue to Donald Ingraham's Interactive Court
- The Case: In The Court of Uncommon Pleas Cyberspace Judicial District
Technology and the NII
- A propsal by the EFF - The Open Platform
- Aleksander T. Futro - "CABLE: Active Participant in Telecommunications Infrastructure"
- Mike Liebhold - Alternative Telecommunications Architectures for the National Information Infrastructure
- Kathryn Kleimanon - Caller I.D.
- Ross Alan Stapleton - Three Perspectives on the Information Technologies and National Security
- Greg F. Tucker - International Trends in Privacy/Data Protection and Transborder Data Flow
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