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Email Privacy Bibliography






Here, at long last, is the next bibliography installment...  There's a
small bit of overlap with the first one, particularly the articles on
the Shoars vs. Epson case, but most of this stuff is new (to me).  I
have about an inch of printouts of stuff I didn't use, but that is
of interest-  I will send that along, too, eventually.  But I figured
I might as well forward this to you now...  (Eventually, I'll combine
it all into one great big list, but not yet-  when I eventually do get
around to it, I'll send it to you, if you want, even though by then
you'll have everything on separate lists...)

Okay- here it is!  (drumroll, please!)


**********************BIBIOLOGRAPHY #2 STARTS HERE*********************

Compiled 12/91 by Stacy B. Veeder
                  BITNET:    SBVEEDER@SUVM.BITNET
                  Internet:  sbveeder@suvm.acs.syr.edu


Betts, Mitch, "Do Laws Protect Wireless Nets?" Computerworld
   (June 17, 1991), p. 47.

"Big Brother in the Water Cooler," The Washington Times
   (September 12, 1990), p. G2.

Blickenstorfer, Conrad, "Where Does All the E-Mail Go?"
   Computerworld (July 22, 1991), p. 25.

Burke, Steven, "Electronic-Mail Privacy To Be Tested in Court in
   Suit Against Epson," PC Week (August 20, 1990), 7(33):124.

Caldwell, Bruce, "Big Brother Is Watching," Information Week
   (June 18, 1990), (275):34 (three pages).

Caldwell, Bruce, "E-Mail Privacy Issues Raised," Information Week
   (August 13, 1990), (282):14 (two pages).

Caldwell, Bruce, "Whose Mail Is It Anyway? Companies are
   Confronting the E-Mail Privacy Issue Head-On," Information Week
   (August 20, 1990), (283):53

Casatelli, Christine, "Setting Ground Rules for Privacy,"
   Computerworld (March 18, 1991), 25:47 (two pages).

"Class-Action Suit Filed Against Epson America Inc. For Invasion
   of Privacy," Business Wire (August 9, 1990).

Davis, Fred, "Beware: 'Little Brother' May Be Reading Your Mail,"
   PC Week (October 29, 1990), 7(43):198.

Eckerson, Wayne, "Privacy Suit Forces Users To Examine E-Mail
   Policies: Case Against Epson Raises Troubling Questions," Network
   World (September 17, 1990), p. 1.

Electronic Privacy Act of 1986, 18 USC Chapter 119 et seq. (P.L.
   99-508; 100 Stat. 1848).

"Epson America Inc. and Two Employees Named in Lawsuit for
   Electronic Eavesdropping and Wrongful Termination," Business Wire
   (May 23, 1990).

"Epson E-Mail: Private or Company Information," Infoworld
   (October 22, 1990), 12(43):66.

Feldman, Loren, "Epson Dumps Jackson, Lewis," The American Lawyer
   (November 1990), p. 24.

"Getting a Handle on the Boom in E-Mail Use," Communication News
   (August 1991), 28(8):9.

Holding, Reynolds, "Firms Assailed for E-Mail Monitoring," San
   Francisco Chronicle (October 3, 1991), p. A1.

H.R. Report 647, 99th Congress, 2nd Session, 62 (1986).  Quoted
   in Hernandez, Ruel Torres, "ECPA and Online Computer Privacy,"
   Federal Communications Law Journal, 41(1):17-41.

Keppel, Bruce, "Electronic Mail Stirs Debate on the Privacy
   Issue," Los Angeles Times (May 23, 1990), p. D1.

Kobielus, James, "On the Net Manager's Role as Guardian of
   Privacy," Network World (July 1, 1991), p. 25.

Kolstad, Rob, "Privacy and Policy: Two Views on the Privacy of
   Electronic Mail and Files," UNIX Review (August 1991), 9(8):74.

Kuebelbeck, Amy, "Getting the Message: E-Mail Is Fast and
   Efficient, But It Isn't Always Private--And That Can Mean Big
   Trouble for Users," Los Angeles Times (September 4, 1991), p. E1.

LaPlante, Alice, "Epson E-Mail: Private or Company Information?"
   Infoworld (October 22, 1990), 12(43):66.

LaPlante, Alice, "Is Big Brother Watching," Infoworld (October
   22, 1990), 12(43):58.

Maney, Kevin, "Electronic-Mail Policies Ignite Debate," USA Today
   (July 8, 1991), p. 3.

Maney, Kevin, "Firms Grapple with Email Ethics," Gannet News
   Service (July 7, 1991).

Marmel, Steve, "Workplace Privacy Must Be Protected," USA Today
   (September 17, 1990), p. 12A.

McNary, Dave, "Nissan Sued for Allegedly Spying on Staff's
   Email," UPI (January 7, 1991)

Molloy, Maureen, "NW [Network] User Panel Takes Stand on E-Mail
   Privacy," Network World (November 5, 1990), 7(45):2 (two pages).

Nash, Jim, "E-Mail Lawsuit Cranks Open Privacy Rights Can of
   Worms," Computerworld (August 13, 1990), 24:7.

Nash, Jim and Harrington, Maura J., "Who Can Open E-Mail?"
   Computerworld (January 14, 1991), 25:1 (two pages).

"Nissan Motor Corp. in U.S.A. Named in Lawsuit for Electronic
   (E-Mail) Eavesdropping," Business Wire (January 7, 1991).

Resnick, Rosalind, "The Outer Limits," National Law Journal
   (September 16, 1991), p. 1.

Richards, Evelyn, "Privacy at the Office: Is There a Right To
   Snoop?" The Washington Post (September 9, 1990), p. H1.

Richards, Evelyn, "Sorting Out the Legality of E-Mail
   Eavesdropping," Washington Post National Weekly Edition
   (September 17-23, 1990), p. 21.

Rifkin, Glenn, "The Ethics Gap: Despite Growing Attention, Many
   IS Managers Say, 'It's Not My Job,'" Computerworld (October 14,
   1991), p. 83.

Savage, J.A., "E-Mail Bust Generates Privacy Rights Uproar,"
   Computerworld (January 23, 1989), 23:2.

Schuyler, Michael, "Rights of Computer On-Line Users," Small
   Computers in Libraries (December 1990), 10(11):41.

Schwartz, John, "How Did They Get My Name?" Newsweek (June 3,
   1991), p. 40.

Slind-Flor, Victoria, "What Is E-Mail, Exactly?" National Law
   Journal (November 25, 1991), pp. 3, 22.

Wickham, Dewayne, "Privacy Issues Await Souter," Gannett News
   Service (September 17, 1990).





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