Internet Privacy
16 Sources.

Anonymizer.com -- Online Privacy Services
Anonymizer.com is a pioneer in Internet privacy technologies, and the most popular and trusted name in delivering online privacy services.

Censorship
Censorship in the U.S.A. and in other countries, with particular reference to the Communications Decency Act and other proposed legislation.

Center for Democracy and Technology
The Center for Democracy and Technology works to promote democratic values and constitutional liberties in the digital age. With expertise in law, technology, and policy, CDT seeks practical solutions to enhance free expression and privacy in global communications technologies. CDT is dedicated to building consensus among all parties interested in the future of the Internet and other new communications media.

CMC Magazine: January 1999.
(From: December Communications, Inc.)

CNN - Read an e-mail, lose your privacy - January 14, 2000
(Be sure to read some of the Related Stories too.)

Copyright Clearance Center: Permissions Made Easy
provides solutions for photocopy licensing, digital licensing, digital content distribution, and digital rights management (DRM) of copyrighted materials for users and copyright owners.

Cyber-rights & Cyber-liberties (UK)
Cyber-Rights & Cyber-Liberties (UK) is a non-profit civil liberties organisation founded on January 10, 1997. Its main purpose is to promote free speech and privacy on the Internet and raise public awareness of these important issues. The Web pages have been online since July 1996. Cyber-Rights & Cyber-Liberties (UK) started to become involved with national Internet-related civil liberties issues following the release of the DTI white paper on encryption in June 1996 and the Metropolitan Police action to censor around 130 newsgroups in August 1996.

Cyberspace Law and Policy (UCLA)
It is our hope that this institute will provide innovative opportunities for members of the online community to share resources and explore new directions.

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)
Ranked by WebCrawler as one of the 4 most-linked-to sites on the Web. EFF, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, is a non-profit, non-partisan organization working in the public interest to protect fundamental civil liberties, including privacy and freedom of expression, in the arena of computers and the Internet.

Electronic Privacy Information Center
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) focuses public attention on emerging civil liberties, privacy, First Amendment, and other constitutional issues.

Harvard Information Infrastructure Project
The Harvard Information Infrastructure Project (HIIP) was established in 1989. It is an activity of the John F. Kennedy School of Government, with affiliations to both the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Center for Business and Government, and of the Harvard Law School.

Internet Watch Foundation (UK)
The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) was launched in late September 1996 by PIPEX founder Peter Dawe to address the problem of illegal material on the Internet, with particular reference to child pornography. It is an independent organisation to implement the proposals jointly agreed by the government, the police, the two major UK service provider trade associations, ISPA and LINX, and Mr Dawe. Science and Technology Minister Ian Taylor welcomed the proposals as "a major industry-led initiative to reassure the public and business that the Internet can be a safe and secure place to work, learn and play."

libertus.net: about censorship and free speech
Censorship - intro and index to extensive site about attempts, particularly in Australia.

Matt Blaze's cryptography resource on the web - crypto.com
Welcome to crypto.com, Matt Blaze's cryptography resource on the Web.

Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse is a nonprofit consumer education and advocacy project located in San Diego, California. Its purposes are to: (1) raise consumers' awareness of how technology affects personal privacy; (2) empower consumers to take action to control their own personal information by providing practical tips on privacy protection (3) refer consumers to appropriate agencies and organizations for further assistance; (4) documents consumers' concerns about privacy and alert government and industry policymakers to them; and (5) and advocate for consumers' privacy rights in public policy proceedings. The PRC publishes a series of fact sheets as well as a book, The Privacy Rights Handbook, containing practical self-help information for consumers.

@BRINT: The BizTech Network
Originally founded on the Net in 1994 and incorporated in the last quarter of 1998, @Brint.com (http://www.brint.com) is the first globally branded and recognized web platform to compile latest knowledge on the leading-edge business, information technology and knowledge management topics and provide free access to this knowledgebase to worldwide users spanning six continents.



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