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Privacy Digest 2.22 (INDEX to Vol 02, #01-21), 7/1/93

PRIVACY Forum Digest        Thursday, 1 July 1993        Volume 02 : Issue 22

          Moderated by Lauren Weinstein (lauren@vortex.com)
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	INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest Vol 02, Issues 01 through 21;
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	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

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Date:    Thu, 1 Jul 93 00:01 PDT
From:    lauren@vortex.com (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
Subject: INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest Vol 02; Issues 01 through 21;
	 1 Jan 1993 through 30 Jun 1993 

        INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 02, Issues 01 through 21
		      1 Jan 1993 through 30 Jun 1993
		               (21 issues)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 3 January 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 01
	INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest Vol 01; 28 May 1992 through 31 Dec 1992 
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 8 January 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 02
	OECD Security Guidelines (Marc Rotenberg)
	On expectations of privacy (Jerry Leichter)
	Utility bills going to law enforcement (KitchenRN@ssd0.laafb.af.mil)
	Car Searches Require Probable Cause - Well Maybe Not in Florida
           (A. Padgett Peterson)
	Perot campaign raiding credit data? (KitchenRN@ssd0.laafb.af.mil)
	Car searches (Lynn R. Grant)
	Caller ID Integrity (Lynn R. Grant)
	CFP'93 Electronic Brochure (Bruce R. Koball)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 15 January 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 03
	PRIVACY Briefs (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Expectation of Dependability (A. Padgett Peterson)
	Public water bills (Walter Smith)
	Utility bills going to law enforcement (Jim Harkins)	
	Traceable Cash, Breakable Codes (chaz_heritage.wgc1@rx.xerox.com)
	Re: Perot campaign raiding credit data? (Larry Seiler)
	Op-ed piece on telephone Calling Number ID (Michael L. Scott)
	Released GSA Docs Slam FBI Wiretap Proposal (Dave Banisar)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 24 January 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 04
	Caller-ID a danger? Not by itself (A. Padgett Peterson)
	The REAL problem with Caller ID (Larry Seiler)
	Re: SSN and new baby, Schools and SSNs (Ed Tripp)
	OECD Guidelines cont'd (Marc Rotenberg)
	IEEE conference (Dr. William J. Kelly)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 7 February 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 05
	New Law appealed (Rafael Fernandez Calvo)
	Revised Computer Crime Sent (Dave Banisar)
	Program for 1993 Security and Privacy Symposium (Ira Greenberg)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 19 February 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 06
	Numbers and Addresses (Brett Glass)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 6 March 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 07
	PRIVACY Forum materials now available via Gopher
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Telephone numbers vs reverse directories (A. Padgett Peterson)
	Blocking CallerID (Gregg A. TeHennepe)
	Privacy of Poilice Records (Rasch@DOCKMASTER.NCSC.MIL)
	Information America (Larry Seiler)
	Re: Information America (John Pettitt)
	Should the information industry be consentual? (Larry Seiler)
	Re: Should the information industry be consentual? (John Pettitt)
	Forwarding: Comments on the Clinton Technology Policy 
	   (Sarah M. Elkins)
	Credit Card Validation (Brinton Cooper)
	GPO Access - WINDO Update (James Love)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 12 March 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 08
	Re: Should the information industry be consentual? (Tommy O'Lin)
	Re: Should the information industry be consentual?
	B.C. Will Choose New Privacy Commissioner (Leslie Regan Shade)
	Quebec examines personal data law (Leslie Regan Shade)
	Reverse directories (Joseph Pearl)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Thursday, 18 March 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 09
	Should the information industry be consentual? (Bob Leone)
	Reverse directory/Sears/Radio Shack (Arthur Rubin)
	Re: Credit Card Validation (Chris Hibbert)
	Use of Medical Clearing House (Jack Decker)
	No anonymity for Canon copiers? (Brad Mears)
	Re: Cashiers and telephone numbers (Chuck Stern)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 26 March 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 10
	Medical Clearing House (Jerry Leichter)
	Re: Medical Clearing House (John R. Levine)
	Protecting your privacy -- ID info and credit-card agreements
	   (Alan Wexelblat)
	Preventing Electromagnetic Eavesdropping (Grady Ward)
	Documented Cases of SSN Abuse Wanted (Steve Schlesinger)
	Individual Privacy Protection Act of 1993 (Juan Osuna)
	CPSR Wins SSN Privacy Case (Marc Rotenberg)
	Intrusion Detection Workshop (Teresa Lunt)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Tuesday, 6 April 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 11
	About the database business (Larry Seiler)
	Personal letters (Steven Hodas)
	Junking the Junk-Mailers (Chaz Heritage)
	Legal Net Monthly Newsletter (Paul Ferguson)
	Chicago DEA Surveillance of Gardeners (Sarah M. Elkins)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 16 April 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 12
	Text of White House announcement and Q&As on clipper chip encryption
	   (Clipper Chip Announcement)
	Re: Personal letters (Paul Robinson)
	Personal Letters (Jerry Leichter)
	More on Chicago DEA Surveillance (Sarah M. Elkins)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 17 April 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 13
	*** Special Issue on "Clipper" Encryption System ***
	White House Public Encryption Management Fact Sheet
	   (Clipper Chip Announcement)
	Clipper chip encryption (Bruce O'Neel)
	CPSR Calls for Public Debate (Dave Banisar)
	Which countries outlaw encryption? (Dave Bakken)
	Initial EFF Analysis of Clinton Privacy and Security Proposal
           (EFFector Online Volume 5 No. 6)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Thursday, 22 April 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 14
	Thoughts on Clipper (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	The Clipper Chip: A Technical Summary (Dorothy Denning)
	Slide presented at White House briefing on Clipper Chip
	   (Clipper Chip Announcement) 
	Clipper Chip questions (John R. Levine)
	Clipper Chip Encryption (Bob Leone)
	Clipper Chip Announcement (F.Baube[tm])
	Clipper Chips (USC ?) (A. Padgett Peterson)
	Re: Which countries outlaw encryption? (Tom Zmudzinski)
	Clipper announcement and asset seizure (Steve Piehler)
	Re: Clipper Key announcement (Chuck Stern)
	Clipper and Who Holds Crypto Keys (Lance J. Hoffman)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 30 April 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 15
	Clipper Observations (Rick Pavek)
	Re: Clipper key announcement (Ken Beal)
	Clipper chip (Alan J. Rosenthal)
	Wiretap Chip and Key Escrow Abuses (Paul Ferguson)
	Letter on SSN and Health Care (Dave Banisar)
	Clinton Administration Freedom of Information Policy (Paul Hyland)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Thursday, 6 May 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 16
	Clipper Discussions in PRIVACY Forum 
   	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Where do Clipper keys come from? (John R. Levine)
	Master Keys in Clipper Scheme (Bob Baldwin)
	New NIST/NSA Revelations (David Sobel)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Thursday, 13 May 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 17
	Clipper on "Wall Street Journal Report" 
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	NIST Advisory Board Seeks Comments on Crypto
	   (Clipper-Capstone Chip Info)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Thursday, 27 May 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 18
	PRIVACY Brief (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Library of Congress Information System now on Internet
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Can Wiretaps Remain Cost-Effective? (Robin Hanson)
	Electronic fingerprinting of welfare recipients in CA
	   (James I. Davis)
        ComSec in Australia [Roger] (Klaus Brunnstein)
	NIST Answers to Jim Bidzos' Questions (Jim Bidzos)
	Data Protection Agency created in Spain (Rafael Fernandez Calvo)
        Calif requires ID? (Bruce Jones)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 4 June 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 19
	Re: Can Wiretaps Remain Cost-Effective? (Barry Jaspan)
	Clipper Chip (bstrauss@BIX.com)
	Re: California law requiring ID at all times (Mel Beckman)
	Clinton Goes Online with E-Mail (Tansin A. Darcos & Company)
	White House Gets a Real Internet Address (Nigel Allen)
	House of Representatives On-Line (Mark Boolootian)
	CPSR Seeks Clipper Docs (Dave Banisar)
	CPSR NIST Crypto Statement (David Sobel)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 13 June 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 20
	The other side of Clipper (A. Padgett Peterson)
	Traffic analysis (Mathew Lodge)
	NIST CSSPAB 6/4/93 Resolutions (Dave Banisar)
	CLI News from Spain - June 7, 1993 (Rafael Fernandez Calvo)
	USPS NCOA request results (Steve Peterson)
	CPSR Clipper Testimony 6/9 (Dave Banisar)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 27 June 1993; Volume 02 : Issue 21
	Summer Doldrums (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Re: The other side of Clipper (Barry Jaspan)
	The other side of Clipper (Bob Leone)
	Questions for the Privacy Forum (Ohringer@DOCKMASTER.NCSC.MIL)
	Re: USPS NCOA request results (Phil Karn)
	USPS NCOA request results (Alan Wexelblat)


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