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CPSR Electronic Privacy Guidelines--Links to Related Pages

Some Online Sources of Information on Privacy

Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility

CPSR Electronic Privacy Guidelines

The Electronic Privacy Information Center

Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, Employee Monitoring: Is There Privacy in the Workplace?, Fact Sheet #7

Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, A Checklist of Responsible Information-Handling Practices, Fact Sheet #12

Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, Privacy in Cyberspace: Rules of the Road for the Information Superhighway, Fact Sheet #18

Data Surveillance and Information Privacy

Privacy Law & Policy Reporter's World-Wide Privacy Guide

The Consumer Project on Technology

CNET special report on Privacy

Anonymity, Privacy, Security Web page

MIT PGP Home Page

The Federal Trade Commission

Assembled by Harry Hochheiser,, and Andrew Oram,, of the Cyber Rights Working Group of CPSR, with input from Mary Connors, Craig Johnson, and Christine Mailloux of CPSR, Audrie Krause of NetAction, and Marc Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). This document was last updated on 10 September 1996 and is stored on the World Wide Web at

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