15-508 / 17-801 / 19-608 / 95-818: Privacy Policy, Law, and Technology

December 3, 2004 - Privacy Poster Fair

All members of the CMU community are invited to attend a privacy poster fair on Friday, December 3, 2004 from 3 to 5 pm, in the Newell-Simon Hall third floor atrium. The students in Professor Lorrie Cranor's Privacy Policy, Law, and Technology class will present posters describing their semester projects. Refreshments will be served. For more information about this class, see the course web site.

Privacy Enhancing Technologies

Privacy Fox: A JavaScript-based P3P Agent for Mozilla Firefox
Fahd Arshad

Implementing P3P in the K Desktop Environment
Ralf Holzer

Enhanced P3P-Enabled Search Engine
Damon Smith

Instant Messenger Privacy Concerns and Remedies
Ryan Mahon

Platform for Instant Messaging Privacy (PIMP)
Rahul Dhar

A Forensic Evaluation of Anti-Forensic Privacy Tools
Matthew Geiger

Privacy Invading Technologies

Web Photo Albums: Privacy Problem Not Catastrophe
Adam Tagert

Web-based Email and Privacy
Damon Morda

Legal and Technical Solutions to the Spyware Problem
Joseph P. Nahmias

Balancing Privacy and Security

Privacy in the US Armed Forces: Balancing Privacy and Security in the Military for Servicemembers and Families
Erik N. Martin
[paper (pdf), paper (ps)]

Privacy and National Security: A Study of the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace and Its Effects on Personal Privacy in the United States
Timothy Chen

Technologies Between Privacy and Security
Daniel Vijge

Empirical and Policy Studies of Privacy

What Does It Take to Get Some Privacy Around Here?!: Exclusionary Characteristics of Privacy Protections
Kim Zelonis

Privacy in India: Attitudes and Awareness
Ponnurangam Kumaraguru

GLB Act Study
Steve Sheng

License to Invade Your Privacy: DMV Retention of Personal Information
Serge Egelman

Peripheral Privacy Notification for Wireless Networks
Braden Kowitz