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Study: Online privacy fears growing  11 July 2000 
Source: CNN - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Public alarm about online privacy is growing nearly as fast as the Internet, according to a new paper published by the Internet Policy Institute. People who surf the Web offer up information about themselves as they go, sometimes voluntarily and sometimes . . .
 
FBI's system to covertly search e-mail raises privacy, legal issues  11 July 2000 
Source: MSNBC - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is using a superfast system called Carnivore to covertly search e-mails for messages from criminal suspects. Essentially a personal computer stuffed with specialized software, Carnivore represents a new twist in the federal government's fight to . . .
 
Should you be 'Big Brother' at work?  11 July 2000 
Source: NWFusion - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
For example, do you want to be the network administrator who finds out about the employee visiting a family planning Web site? How about someone who visited an AIDS Web site? Finding out that Joe in sales visited the Alcoholics Anonymous . . .
 
U.S./Europe privacy deal sent back for more talks  07 July 2000 
Source: Computer World - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
A month after the 15 member nations of the European Union approved a proposed set of data-privacy rules for U.S. companies that do business in those countries, the European Parliament yesterday voted to send the so-called safe harbor agreement back to the negotiating table. . . .
 
P3P: A green light for privacy on the Web?  06 July 2000 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Starting next year, Web sites that violate user privacy are going to find themselves under an embarrassing cyberspotlight. The sites will be targeted by a new technology known as the Platform for Privacy Preferences Project, or P3P. Developed by several companies . . .
 
Not Enough Privacy?  04 July 2000 
Source: The Register - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Concerned about internet privacy? You might want to move to Europe. The European Parliament was scheduled to vote July 4 on a proposed agreement between the United States and the 15-nation European Union that would grant Europeans greater online protection from . . .
 
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