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Privacy Digest 5.13 (INDEX to Vol 05, #01-12), 7/6/96




PRIVACY Forum Digest        Saturday, 6 July 1996        Volume 05 : Issue 13

            Moderated by Lauren Weinstein (lauren@vortex.com)         
              Vortex Technology, Woodland Hills, CA, U.S.A.
	
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CONTENTS 
        INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 05, Issues 01 through 12
	   (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";
full keyword searching of all PRIVACY Forum files is available via
WWW access.
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VOLUME 05, ISSUE 13

   Quote for the day:

	"Don't be alarmed!  The woman who just screamed is perfectly quiet
	 now.  You see, she's been dead for nearly a hundred years.  
	 Her bed is empty and whatever it was that frightened her so 
	 seems to be gone.  Seems to be.  But I can tell you this much.  
	 That bed won't be empty much longer.  And other screams
	 will soon be heard.  Whose?  Perhaps YOURS."

	   -- Boris Karloff
	      Intro from "Thriller" (NBC; Revue/MCA/Universal; 1960-1962)

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        INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 05, Issues 1 through 12
		      1 Jan 1996 through 30 Jun 1996
		               (12 issues)
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PRIVACY Forum Digest; Wednesday, 3 January 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 01
        INDEX to PRIVACY Forum Digest; Volume 04, Issues 14 through 25
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 14 January 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 02
        "Privacy: 1996" (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Caller ID leakage? (Beth Givens)
	Videotaping homes for tax purposes (Steve Holzworth)
	Mutual of Omaha and s.s.n's (nrota@cris.com)
	Computers, Freedom, and Privacy -- Call for Demos (Hal Abelson)
	Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery (Phil Agre)
	InfoWarCon (Winn Schwartau)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 28 January 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 03
	Keyword Searching of PRIVACY Forum Archive Now Available
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Re: Videotaping homes (Willie Smith)
	Single computer breaks 40-bit RC4 in under 8 days (Monty Solomon)
	Economic Assessment of Data Protection (Pierrot Peladeau)
	One Person's War on Junk Mail (Beth Givens)
	AT&T Cell Users at Risk (dperetz@accessone.com)
	Highway privacy and extremist politics (Phil Agre)
	Surveys of Community Attitudes to Privacy (Roger Clarke)
	Lotus blinks (Monty Solomon)
	Conferences / Events (Susan Evoy)
	Technologies of Freedom: Blueprints for Action (Ruth Holder)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 9 February 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 04
	Privacy legislation (Dick Mills)
	Tape recording conversations (David J. Coles)
	Telecomm Bill and Indecency (Neal J. Friedman)
	Internet Censorship Lawsuit (David Sobel)
	Access to DMV records by rental car companies (Paul Robinson)
	E-mail Privacy Policy (Joe Short)
	Privacy Files ABSTRACTS (Pierrot Peladeau)
	Call for Papers (Winn Schwartau)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 23 February 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 05
	AT&T Cell Users at Risk: follow-up (dperetz@accessone.com)
	Taping Conversations (Charles R. Trew)
	Alzheimer's, mental defectives, and privacy (Phil Agre)
	"Trancendent" Privacy Legislation (Pierrot Peladeau)
	Netscape Navigator 2.0 exposes user's browsing history
           (John Robert LoVerso)
        Federal Court Enjoins Internet "Indecency" Provision [From EPIC Alert]
	   (Marc Rotenberg)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Monday, 11 March 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 06
	Flying the friendly skies anonymously (Wulf Losee)
	Taping Conversations (Daniel L. Hawes)
	AT&T reverses itself (Joseph S. Fulda)
	Re: AT&T and other phone access accounts (Chris Hibbert)
	Medical records in Maryland (Keep InforM.D.)
	New web page and risks to personal information (Joseph Richardson)
	Garage Door Openers (Carl Minie)
	A far-reaching privacy bill (Beth Givens)
	EPIC on Crypto Bill (David Sobel)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 23 March 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 07
	Privacy Briefs (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Re: Flying the friendly skies anonymously (Colin Rafferty)
        Code grabbers for garage door openers (bartdoug@cts.com)
	Re: Garage Door Openers (Tad Cook)
	Re: Garage Door Openers (Phil Karn)
	Privay on the Internet: A Survey (Martina Schollmeyer)
	Credit Card Info Via the Web? (Stephen Satchell)
	Netscape's magic cookie (Andrew Hagen)
        Doctors Group Criticizes Senate Medical Bill [From EPIC Alert]
	   (Marc Rotenberg)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Friday, 5 April 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 08
	Re: Netscape cookies linked to demographic database
           (Martin Roscheisen)
	Re: Garage Door openers (Marc Carrel)
	House Approves Immigration Bill, Rejects National 
           ID Card [From EPIC Alert] (Marc Rotenberg)
	Medical Privacy Coalition Releases Draft Medical 
	   Privacy Bill [From EPIC Alert] (Marc Rotenberg)
	ACM/IEEE Letter on Crypto (Dave Banisar)
	Minnesota Online privacy bill in conference committee 
	   (Sheldon Mains)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 20 April 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 09
	Caller ID in Calif. (Beth Givens)
	Janet Reno's New Cyberwar Policy (nmunro@technews.com)
	EFF Opposes Ridiculous and Anti-Net Trademark Bill in Georgia
	   (editor@eff.org)
	State-level med/priv note (Peter Marshall)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Sunday, 5 May 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 10
	Call for bad arguments against privacy (Phil Agre)
	Wiretap concerns in terrorism bill (Audrie Krause)
        Crypto Legislation (David Sobel)
	Open Letter to Internet Community From Senator Burns (Audrie Krause)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 1 June 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 11
	Summer Season Administrivia 
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Caller-ID implementation delayed in California
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Highway tolls and privacy (Phil Agre)
	Crypto Legislation (David Sobel)
	CDA Challenge: A Status Report (Audrie Krause)
        Children's Privacy Bill Introduced, 
	   Recent Problems in Direct Marketing Industry,
           New Medical Privacy Bill Introduced [From EPIC Alert]
	   (Marc Rotenberg)

PRIVACY Forum Digest; Saturday, 15 June 1996; Volume 05 : Issue 12
	PRIVACY Briefs (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Caller ID in California may be active now (plus Newsflash)
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Publishing on the net and old usenet postings (ReindeR Rustema)
	Re: Publishing on the net and old usenet postings 
	   (Lauren Weinstein; PRIVACY Forum Moderator)
	Re: Protection and Parental Empowerment Act (Mary Ann Davidson)
	P-TRAK on LEXIS-NEXIS (Charles Trew)
	Genetic screening and privacy (Phil Agre)
	Access to psychiatric records (Bob Frankston)
	HTTP cookie privacy risk (Howard Goldstein)

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