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Privacy Digest 5.01 (INDEX to Vol 04, #14-25), 1/3/96

PRIVACY Forum Digest     Wednesday, 3 January 1996    Volume 05 : Issue 01

            Moderated by Lauren Weinstein (lauren@vortex.com)         
              Vortex Technology, Woodland Hills, CA, U.S.A.
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        INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 04, Issues 14 through 25
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

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The Internet PRIVACY Forum is a moderated digest for the discussion and
analysis of issues relating to the general topic of privacy (both personal
and collective) in the "information age" of the 1990's and beyond.  The
moderator will choose submissions for inclusion based on their relevance and
content.  Submissions will not be routinely acknowledged.

All submissions should be addressed to "privacy@vortex.com" and must have
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subscription information, please send a message consisting of the word
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All messages included in this digest represent the views of their
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distributable without limitations. 

The PRIVACY Forum archive, including all issues of the digest and all
related materials, is available via anonymous FTP from site "ftp.vortex.com",
in the "/privacy" directory.  Use the FTP login "ftp" or "anonymous", and
enter your e-mail address as the password.  The typical "README" and "INDEX"
files are available to guide you through the files available for FTP
access.  PRIVACY Forum materials may also be obtained automatically via
e-mail through the listserv system.  Please follow the instructions above
for getting the listserv "help" information, which includes details
regarding the "index" and "get" listserv commands, which are used to access
the PRIVACY Forum archive.  All PRIVACY Forum materials are available
through the Internet Gopher system via a gopher server on site
"gopher.vortex.com".  Access to PRIVACY Forum materials is also available
through the Internet World Wide Web (WWW) via the Vortex Technology WWW 
server at the URL: "http://www.vortex.com".


   Quote for the day:

	"You're a strange girl, Lulu."

			-- Charles Driggs (Jeff Daniels)
			   "Something Wild" (1986)


        INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 04, Issues 14 through 25
		      1 Jul 1995 through 31 Dec 1995
		               (12 issues)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 1 July 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 14
        INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 04, Issues 01 through 13
	   1 Jan 1995 through 30 Jun 1995
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 7 July 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 15
	Caller-ID for psychic knowledge (Rita C. Summers)
	Re: Why can't I see Equifax medical records? (Stanley Quayle)
	Re: Comedy Central - why have a password? (Martin Minow)
	Thermal imaging (Beth Givens)
	MasterCard Asks America [fwd] (Lance J. Hoffman)
	Do Readers Have a Right to Be Left Alone? (Thomas C. Leonard)
	V-Chip (Stephen Nelson)
	Re: V-Chip (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Tracking parolees (Phil Agre)
	International Cryptography Institute 1995: Global Challenges
	   (Dorothy Denning)
	Sixth Conference on Comupters, Freedom, and Privacy (Hal Abelson)
	National Privacy & Public Policy Symposium 

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 21 July 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 16
	S.974 - Beyond Clipper and Digital Wiretap (Jim Gillogly)
	Guest Workers (Phil Agre)
	Announcing the CPSR Newsletter (Marsha Woodbury)
	Video Resources (Gary Meyer)
	CQL'96: Symposium on Computers & the Quality of Life (Al Whaley)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 6 August 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 17
	Cameras at work?? Illegal? (Michael Kosmatka)
	Warning on Using Win95 (jbreyer@accel.com)
	Total surveillance on the highway (Phil Agre)
	House Adopts Exon-Like Speech Crimes, Also Adopts Cox/Wyden Amendment
	New InterNIC Domain Dispute Policy (Mark Kosters)
	EC Adopts Privacy Directive (Marc Rotenberg)
	Conferences/Events of Interest to CPSR (Susan Evoy)
	IEEE Symp. on Security and Privacy - Call for papers 
	   (Mary Ellen Zurko)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 19 August 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 18
	FBI Files on Clipper Release (Dave Banisar)
	A question about membership lists on the WWW (George Musser)
	Microsoft's Explanation of the Registration Wizard (Brant Freer)
	The MSN is Hacker Heaven (Andy Chesterton)
	The Info-Sec Super Journal (Dr. Frederick B. Cohen)
	Final Program - AST 9/4/95 (Dave Banisar)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 1 September 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 19
	Son-of-Clipper proposal (John Levine)
	Impossible to prevent non-escrowed encryption? (Peter Kaiser)
	Newsletter recommendation (Charles M. Preston)
	Medicare leak through FOIA analysis and 9-digit ZIP (Quentin Fennessy)
	Highway Surveillance (Phil Agre)
	Metromail chief loses job over privacy concerns (Phil Agre)
	Security & Privacy (Richard Owen)
	"New" Crypto Policy Announced: Clipper II? (David Sobel)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 15 September 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 20
	Deadbeat Dads (Simson L. Garfinkel)
	Security, Privacy and Marketing on the World Wide Web
	   (Denman F. Maroney)
	Drug-testing 85% of all students proposed (Wm Randolph Franklin)
	4th Amend. & Encryption (Daniel L. Hawes)
	Virginia Changes Driver's License Numbering Practice 
           (Frank B. Hudgins)
	Highway surveillance (Daniel L. Hawes)
	Telcos and Privacy [fwd] (Peter Marshall)
	Court privacy hearings (Beth Givens)
	New Privacy Book (Robert Gellman)
	Privacy Files: a new publication (Pierrot Peladeau)
	Surveillance Conference (Graham Sewell)
	Re: Legality of Unsolicited Advertising Faxes? (Larry Kizziah)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 29 September 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 21
	Privacy Briefs (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	SSNs for E-mail addresses! (James W. O'Toole Jr.)
	Caller ID experiences (Privacy Rights Clearinghouse)
	Privacy International Calls for CCTV Debate [EPIC Alert 2.10]
	   (Marc Rotenberg)
	New info-sec related mailing list (Dr. Frederick B. Cohen)
	"Financial Privacy News" publication (Duane Pitlock)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 13 September 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 22
	Privacy Brief (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator) 
	Re: SSNs for E-mail addresses! (Mark W. Eichin)
	Where Caller ID Is Headed (Beth Givens)
	Electronic road taxation in Singapore (Phil Agre)
	Announcement: Alert Mailing List (Christopher Klaus)
	National Privacy & Public Policy Symposium 
PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 4 November 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 23
	TV News Interview Request (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Monaco taps *every* international call?!?! (Kent Quirk)
	Who owns your name? (Graystreak )
	Caller ID/New Worries (J.P. Kleinhaus)
	France: change in cryptography policy (kaiser@acm.org)
	FBI Unveils National Wiretap Plan (Marc Rotenberg)
	Controversy Over Medical Records Legislation (Monty Solomon)
	Businesses monitoring employee e-mail (Andy Erickson)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 17 November 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 24
	Major PRIVACY Forum Upgrade; Thanks MCI and Cisco!
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Re: Businesses monitoring employee e-mail (Jered Floyd)
	Privacy episode on Oprah last week (Kevin Maguire)
	Getting your clearance on the net ([Name withheld on request])
	Concerns about Medical "Privacy" Bill Grow (Marc Rotenberg)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Tuesday, 5 December 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 25
	PRIVACY Forum on "NBC Nightly News"
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	National Caller ID Debuts--Almost
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Re: Businesses monitoring employee e-mail (Nick Avery)
	Applied Cryptography case filings on the Web (Phil Karn)
	Re: Getting your clearance on the net (David M. Kennedy)
        Re: S. 1360 - Medical Privacy - CPT statement for today's hearing
	   (Jim Warren)
	Privacy Watchdog Outs Big Brother Companies (Dave Banisar)
	Senate Holds Hearings on Medical Privacy (Marc Rotenberg)


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