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Privacy Digest 2.01 (INDEX to Vol 01), 1/3/93




PRIVACY Forum Digest     Sunday, 3 January 1993     Volume 02 : Issue 01

         Moderated by Lauren Weinstein (lauren@cv.vortex.com)
                Vortex Technology, Topanga, CA, U.S.A.
	
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   	  The PRIVACY Forum digest is supported in part by the 
	      ACM Committee on Computers and Public Policy.


CONTENTS
	INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest Vol 01; 28 May 1992 through 31 Dec 1992 


 *** Please include a RELEVANT "Subject:" line on all submissions! ***
            *** Submissions without them may be ignored! ***

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The 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@cv.vortex.com" and must have
RELEVANT "Subject:" lines.  Submissions without appropriate and relevant
"Subject:" lines may be ignored.  Subscriptions are by an automatic
"listserv" system; for subscription information, please send a message
consisting of the word "help" (quotes not included) in the BODY of a message
to: "privacy-request@cv.vortex.com".  Mailing list problems should be
reported to "list-maint@cv.vortex.com".  All submissions included in this
digest represent the views of the individual authors and all submissions
will be considered to be distributable without limitations. 

The PRIVACY Forum archive, including all issues of the digest and all
related materials, is available via anonymous FTP from site "cv.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.

For information regarding the availability of this digest via FAX, please
send an inquiry to privacy-fax@cv.vortex.com, call (310) 455-9300, or FAX
to (310) 455-2364.
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VOLUME 02, ISSUE 01

   Quote for the day:

		Ay me! what act,
		That roars so loud, and thunders in the index?

			-- Hamlet (III.iv.51)
			   William Shakespeare (?)
			   (1564-1616 ?)

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  INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 01; 28 May 1992 through 31 Dec 1992
		               (30 issues)
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PRIVACY Forum Digest; Thursday, 28 May 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 01
   Greetings from the moderator (Lauren Weinstein; lauren@cv.vortex.com)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 30 May 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 02
   Privacy BRIEFS (Moderator)
   E-mail privacy; a cheap solution? (Charlie Stross)
   Personal Data (Willie Smith)
   The Concept of Privacy (A. Padgett Peterson)
   Privacy Rights (Mark Rasch)
   Query: Search and Seizure (Mark Rasch)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday 7 June 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 03
   FBI Wiretap Issues (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Wells Fargo Bank Offers Security Codes (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Re: e-mail privacy; a cheap solution? (Steve Bellovin)
   Digital one time pads (A. Padgett Peterson)
   E-mail privacy; a cheap solution? (Bob Leone)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday 12 June 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 04
   PRIVACY Briefs (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Re: Encryption to make government monitoring more expensive (Jerry Leichter)
   Re: FBI Wiretap Proposal (Mark D. Rasch)
   Privacy Act Information (Mark D. Rasch)
   Random Encryption (John R. Levine)
   Bank Account Security (John R. Levine)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 19 June 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 05
   PRIVACY Brief (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Calling Number ID decision announced by California PUC
      (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Bank account security (King Ables)
   Social Security numbers (hibbert@xanadu.com)
   Privacy of voter registration files (Lance J. Hoffman)
   Thoughts on the FBI wiretapping proposal (Anonymous)
   CFP'93 Call for Participation (Bruce R Koball)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 26 June 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 06
   PRIVACY Briefs (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   PRIVACY Forum back issues now available via listserv system
      (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   FBI Digital Telephony Proposal now in PRIVACY Forum archive
      (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Govt & Corp Sysops Monitoring Users & Email (Jim Warren)
   Rental applications and privacy (Susie Hirsch)
   Monitoring of public information sources (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Chronicle Crypto Article (Joe Abernathy)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Monday, 6 July 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 07
   PRIVACY Forum digest now affiliated with ACM (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   PRIVACY Forum materials are available via anonymous FTP
      (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Re: Chronicle Crypto Article [PRIVACY 01.06] (Thomas Zmudzinski)
   Monitoring In The Workplace (Bonnie J. Johnson)
   CPSR Challenges Virginia SS (Dave Banisar)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 17 July 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 08
   Rental applications and privacy (Willis H. Ware)
   Topic Suggestion: Personal Experiences (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Wednesday, 22 July 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 09
   PRIVACY Brief (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Knowing Better (Phil Karn)
   911 privacy concern (Mel Beckman)
   U.S. encryption export control policy softens somewhat (Peter G. Neumann)
   Emerging Privacy Issues: Libraries (Peter Marshall)
   Telephone wiretapping (Erling Kristiansen)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Tuesday, 28 July 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 10
   Seminole ACCESS (John G. Otto)
   CPSR Recommends NREN Privacy Principles (Dave Banisar)
   News from Spain (Rafael Fernandez Calvo)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 1 August 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 11
   CPSR Testimony Regarding NREN Now Available (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   DNA databanking (Gary Chapman)
   Gateway/WINDO Action Notice (Chris Lewis)
   Aug 6 Workshop on Information Policy (James P. Love)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Tuesday, 11 August 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 12
   DNA databanking:  Just what data? (Jerry Leichter)
   [Gary Chapman: DNA databanking] (Brinton Cooper)
   Interesting Solicitation (A. Padgett Peterson)
   CNID press release (Nikki Draper)
   Online Access To Congressional Information (James P. Love)
   PDC '92 -- Advance Program (Paul Hyland)
   PDC '92 -- Call for Posters (Paul Hyland)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Thursday, 20 August 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 13
   DAK Catalog and PhoneDisc (Stan Quayle)
   DNA fingerprinting data (Jerry Leichter)
   Motorola 'Secure Clear' Cordless Phones (Tim Tyler)
   CPSR Letter on Crypto Policy (David Sobel)
   Undergraduate course on computers, freedom, and privacy (Lance J. Hoffman)
   CPSR 1992 Annual Meeting (Nikki Draper)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Tuesday, 25 August 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 14
   Cincinnati Bell CLASS tariff (David A. Banisar)
   Selling customer lists (Jerome H. Saltzer)
   Direct Mail Marketers to get access to CA DMV records (Bruce R. Koball)
   Wells Fargo Bank changes customer security system
      (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 5 September 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 15
   Selling customer lists (James Camp)
   Selling video customer lists (Larry Hunter)
   Wells Fargo Bank changes customer security system (Randy Gellens)
   Vernam Cipher (Art Zimmermann)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Wednesday, 9 September 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 16
   Re: Wells Fargo Bank changes customer security system (Bob Leone)
   Re: Wells Fargo Bank changes customer security system (Randy Gellens)
   Re: Vernam Cipher (Bob Leone)
   Re: Vernam Cipher & Privacy (Willis H. Ware)
   Re: Vernam Cipher (Tom Ohlendorf)
   Transferring ownership of private data (Larry Seiler)
   Usenet privacy? (Jim H.)
   Re: Usenet privacy? (Brian Reid)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Wednesday, 16 September 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 17
   Telephone comm encryption (Daniel Burstein)
   Re: Wells Fargo Bank changes customer security system (Lynn R. Grant)
   Re: Wells Fargo Bank changes customer security system (Tom Zmudzinski)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 19 September 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 18
   Re: Telephone comm encryption (Jerry Leichter)
   Telemarketing (Gerald M. Phillips)
   Re: "No data collection" pledge as marketing advantage (Jeff Johnson)
   Postal service privacy RISK (Daniel Burstein)
   CPSR Seeks Wiretap Info from FBI (Marc Rotenberg)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Wednesday, 23 September 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 19
   Draft ACM whitepaper on computers and privacy (David Redell)
   Medical record database (Jeff Makey)
   Re: Telephone comm encryption (Steve Bellovin)
   Announcement of a New Journal (Gerald M. Phillips)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 27 September 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 20
   PRIVACY Briefs (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   Scientific American article, 'Achieving Electronic Privacy' (Dan Huber)
   Credit reports, phone bills, credit card bills for sale (Dan Ellis)
   SG Debate Centers on ACCESS Card Issue (John G. Otto)
   Tracking mail (Allen Smith)
   Comments on draft ACM whitepaper (Craig Partridge)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 2 October 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 21
   PRIVACY Brief (Moderator--Lauren Weinstein)
   More on credit reports etc. for sale (Bruce Jones)
   Genetic Infomation and Privacy (Gary Chapman)
   Genetic Privacy (cont'd) (Marc Rotenberg)
   FBI Wiretap Scheme Examined (Nikki Draper)
   Sacramento, CA privacy conference (Bruce R. Koball)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Thursday, 8 October 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 22
   More on credit reports etc. for sale (Bruce Jones)
   Genetic Infomation and Privacy (Gary Chapman)
   Personal Data Law approved in Spain (Rafael Fernandez Calvo)
   Sacramento, CA privacy conference (Bruce R. Koball)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Wednesday, 28 October 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 23
   (Fwd) A Trial Balloon to Ban Encryption? (Bob Leone)
   A response to Dorothy Denning on RISKS (Phil Karn)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Tuesday, 3 November 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 24
   Privacy on the Agenda? (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
   Carnegie Commission on S&T Policy and Long-Term Goals (Gary Chapman)
   Information America (Jan Wolitzky)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Wednesday, 11 November 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 25
   Re: Privacy on the Agenda? (Jeff Johnson)
   Wire Taps, Key Management, and Privacy (Brinton Cooper)
   Va. Hearing on SSNs (Dave Banisar)
   Credit Thieves (Paul Robinson)
   Privacy Problems in 2142 A.D. (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 20 November 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 26
   Re: Wire Taps, Key Management, and Privacy (Dorothy Denning)
   SURVEY RESULTS: Is Big Brother Watching You? (Lorrayne Schaefer)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Tuesday, 8 December 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 27
   PRIVACY Brief (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
   Reminder: Privacy is YOU! (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
   DOJ Authorizes Keystroke Monitoring (Dave Banisar)
   Errors in Large Databases and their Social Implications (Bob Anderson)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 13 December 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 28
   PRIVACY Brief (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
   Mobile Homes & The Supreme Court (A. Padgett Peterson)
   Re: DOJ Authorizes Keystroke Monitoring (Larry Seiler)
   DoJ Has NOT "Authorized" Keystroke Monitoring (Dennis D. Steinauer)
   FWD: A Discouraging Word on FCC under Clinton (GRANTH@BROWNVM.brown.edu)
   Other Perspectives on Clinton FCC Transition Pick (Andrew Blau)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Tuesday, 22 December 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 29
   PRIVACY Briefs (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
   CPSR and the Transition (Marc Rotenberg)
   Question about Search/Seizure (Brian D. Larkin)
   Call for Comments About Computing and the Future (Gary Chapman)
   Position Paper: Broadening Computer Science (Rob Kling)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Monday, 28 December 1992; Volume 01 : Issue 30
   PRIVACY Briefs (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
   Thought for the day (David Peretz)
   Car searches require probable cause (Mel Beckman)
   Use of SSNs on Drivers Licenses (Ronni Rosenberg)
   California privacy law (Larry Seiler)
   Reports on Ames Raid Available (David Sobel)

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