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Privacy Digest 4.14 (INDEX to Vol 04, #01-13), 7/1/95




PRIVACY Forum Digest     Saturday, 1 July 1995     Volume 04 : Issue 14

            Moderated by Lauren Weinstein (lauren@vortex.com)         
              Vortex Technology, Woodland Hills, CA, U.S.A.
	
                       ===== PRIVACY FORUM =====              

   	  The PRIVACY Forum digest is supported in part by the 
	      ACM Committee on Computers and Public Policy,
     		     and the Data Services Division 
	           of MCI Communications Corporation.


CONTENTS 
        INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 04, Issues 01 through 13
	   (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
RELEVANT "Subject:" lines; submissions without appropriate and relevant
"Subject:" lines may be ignored.  Excessive "signatures" on submissions are
subject to editing.  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@vortex.com".  Mailing list problems should be reported to
"list-maint@vortex.com". 

All messages included in this digest represent the views of their
individual authors and all messages submitted must be appropriate 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 "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".
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VOLUME 04, ISSUE 14

   Quote for the day:

	"There seems to be a definite pattern emerging."

			-- The Psychiatrist (G. Wood)
			   "Harold and Maude" (1972)

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       INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 04, Issues 01 through 13
		      1 Jan 1995 through 30 Jun 1995
		               (13 issues)
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PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 7 January 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 01
        INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 03, Issues 13 through 25
	   1 Jul 1994 through 31 Dec 1994
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 14 January 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 02
	Re: Caller-ID harassment syndrome (Robert A. Rosenberg)
	Re: Orwell, 499 channels, and where privacy begins (David Stodolsky)
	Re: Orwell, 499 channels, and where privacy begins (Peter Knoppers)
	Re: Orwell, 499 channels, and where privacy begins (Derek Atkins)
	Privacy & the blood supply (c_farer@gate.net)
	AIDS & the blood supply (was Orwell, 499 channels...) (Adam Shostack)
	Re: AIDS & the blood supply (Christopher Zguris)
	Mandatory HIV registration (Karl Anderson)
	Cruising for murder (Paul Gloger)
	Looking for testimonals (EricJM)
	Phone bill balance by phone - no security? (Michael W. Gardiner)
	Montgomery Ward Class Action (B. Daniel Lynch)
	Connection Logging by Web Servers (Scott Coleman)
	Communities that discourage privacy (Craig Partridge)
	International Cryptography Institute 1995 (Dorothy Denning)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 28 January 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 03
	Blood Tests and AIDS disclosure (dgh@BIX.com)
	Mandatory HIV disclosure (Joe Bates)
	Re: Phone bill balance by phone - no security? (Philip H. Smith III)
	Chips (well, smart cards) with everything? (Stella Page)
	DOJ Computer Seizure Guidelines (Dave Banisar)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 12 February 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 04
	HIV blood test results (minya!jc@eddie.mit.edu)
	Ultra Call-Forwarding used to steal business (Larry Seiler)
	Anonymous ?? Survey (Dave Moore)
	Deep Faults with NYNEX default? (Edward P. Ravin)
	Identification technologies (Phil Agre)
	More on Mailbox, Etc. wastebaskets (G. Martin)
	The Philosophy of CallerID (Malcolm Slaney)
	Special Alert!  Unreasonable Network Policing Proposed 
           (Carlos Amezaga)
	Some thoughts on S.314 (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 26 February 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 05
	The Networks Meet the Real World 
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	"S.314?" meet "H.R.1900/S.984" (Tom Zmudzinski)
	Re: More on Mailbox, Etc. wastebaskets (Robin Kenny)
	How can files be 100% wiped? (Gary Martin)
	S.314, Clipper, and so on... (Michael Jones)
	Symposium on medical records (Phil Agre)
	EPIC Legislative Update 2.2 (Dave Banisar)
	Privacy of genetic information (Michael S. Yesley)
	CFP'95 Alert #1 (Curt Bramblett)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 11 March 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 06
	PRIVACY Forum Status (Good News!)
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Re: How can files be 100% wiped? (Wm Randolph Franklin)
	Destruction of data (Charles M. Preston)
	Proposed FTC Rules Could Reduce Telemarketing Abuses
	   (Privacy Rights Clearinghouse)
	Compuserve Sued for Delivering "Junk E-Mail"
	   (Privacy Rights Clearinghouse)
	Airline data (Phil Agre)
	American Express sends reporters' data to tobacco companies
	   (Phil Agre)
	EPIC Legislative Update 2.2 (Dave Banisar)
	Alert #1: Fifth Conference on Computers, Freedom and Privacy
	   (Carey Heckman)
	Short Course on Protection and Security on the Information 
	   Superhighway (Dr. Frederick B. Cohen)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 24 March 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 07
	 Perhaps privacy is not what it seems (Steve Mann)
	 Re: How can files be 100% wiped? [linux encrypted swap]
	    (eichin@mit.edu)
	 How much is "enough"? (Tom Zmudzinski)
	 Privacy issues in intelligent transportation systems
	    (Phil Agre)
	 Is Caller ID to be mandantory nationally, April, 1995?
	    (Jim Warren)
	 FCC delaying draconian CNID measures (Phil Agre)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 8 April 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 08
	Data Mining (Phil Agre)
	NIST Digital Signatures (Lim Chiang)
	EPIC Alert 2.05 [Decency Act] (Dave Banisar)
	Destruction of data (Charles M. Preston)
	Destruction of data [more] (Charles M. Preston)
	Misleading privacy claims (Charles M. Preston)
        Medical Records Access (Valerie F. Gerberich)
	Re: Perhaps privacy is not what it seems (Cliff Sojourner)
        Protection of Youth Against Trashy and Smutty Literature
	   (Jim Warren)
	More on "Communications Decency Act" 
           (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 21 April 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 09
	Privacy in a Complex World 
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Data Destruction-hire a carpenter (Kelly Bert Manning)
	"Trip" report: USPS Advanced Technology presentation (Jacob Levy)
	Playboy Endorses E-Mail Encryption (Tom Zmudzinski)
	Family Privacy Protection Act of 1995 (Robert Gellman)
	"Computer Privacy Handbook" Now Available (Andre Bacard)
	Re: Medical Records Access (John Levine)
	Decree on encryption in Russia [fwd] (Charles R. Trew)
	Privacy and ITS (Phil Agre)
	ACLU Files Amicus Brief in U.S. v Thomas (ACLU Information)
	Databases and privacy (Barry Gold)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 5 May 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 10
	New FCC Order on Caller ID: Per-Line ID Blocking *Permitted*
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Privacy and anonymity (Phil Agre)
	Privacy, cellular telephones, and 911 (Jerry Leichter)
	Re: Family Privacy Protection Act of 1995 (Bob Rahe)
	California Digital Signature Bill (Privacy Rights Clearinghouse)
	Re: Destruction of data (Gary Kremen)
	Clipper paper available for anon FTP (Michael Froomkin)
	Privacy Rights Clearinghouse Second Annual Report Available
	   (Privacy Rights Clearinghouse)
	CPSR / Seattle Opposes WA State Bill ESSB 5466 (Susan Evoy)
	Olympic surveillance and ITS (Phil Agre)
	"Audience tracking system" for electronic newspapers (Jim Warren)
	The Road Watches You: 'Smart' highway systems may know too much
	   (Simson L. Garfinkel)
	ASIS on WWW (Frederick B. Cohen)
	CFP - Advanced Surveillance (Dave Banisar)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 19 May 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 11
	FCC Press Release regarding CNID
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Privacy, cellular telephones, and 911 (Les Earnest)
	Enhanced 911 and Cellular Telephones (Henry Unger)
	Re: Privacy, cellular telephones, and 911 (Marc Horowitz)
	Re: Privacy, cellular telephones, and 911 (Jerry Leichter)
	Thermal Imagers Used To Search Homes (hingson@teleport.com)
	Digital Signature legislation-in-process (Jim Warren)
	Privacy Rights Clearinghouse Annual Report 
	   (Privacy Rights Clearinghouse)
	Family Protection Act of 1995 (Faye Hsini Ku)
	Telecom Post (CWHITCOM@bentley.edu)
	New book on cryptographic policy (Lance J. Hoffman)
	Microsoft plans corporate espionage (Chris Norloff) [from RISKS]
	RISKS in Microsoft's Windows95 (Identity Withheld) [from RISKS]

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 2 June 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 12
	Thermal Imagery Used To Search Homes (A. Padgett Peterson)
	Re: Privacy, cellular telephones, and 911 (Jay Ashworth)
	Re: Family Privacy Protection Act (Robert Gellman)
	Paper of potential interest (Alan Wexelblat)
	ACLU's Analysis of Revised Exon (ACLUNATL@aol.com)
	Comments on California Digital Signature Bill (Phil Karn)
	Positioning potential of CDMA cellular (Phil Karn)
	Why can't I see Equifax medical records? (G. Martin)
	Telecom (NON)-Privacy at Ameritech
           (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 17 June 1995; Volume 04 : Issue 13
	Senate Passes Telecom Reform Act 
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Why can't I see Equifax medical records? (Jay Ashworth)
	Comedy Central's UID and Password Shown on TV 
	   (Dr. Frederick B. Cohen)
	Re: Thermal Imagery Used To Search Homes (Leif Bennett)
	Real X-Ray vision coming to an airport or courthouse near you?
           (Curt Bramblett)
	Whether one uses tobacco not a privacy issue in Florida
           (Curt Bramblett)
	Re: Thermal Imagery Used To Search Homes (Phil Brown)
	Conference Announcement: Telemedicine and the Law, July 13th - 14th
           (Bill Halverson)
	Privacy Conference (WLRGSH@ritvax.isc.rit.edu)

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