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Siani Pearson, A Trusted Method for Self-profiling in e-Commerce, in: R. Falcone et al. (eds.), Trust, Reputation, and Security: Theories and Practice
AAMAS 2002 International Workshop, LNAi 2631, Springer 2003, pp. 177-193. Read more » about Pearson Privacy TC
The new nonprofit Creative Commons has launched! An official announcement was made at the O'Reilly Emerging Technologies Conference. Creative Commons has Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, a former Center for Internet & Society fellow, as Executive Director along with, Center founder Lawrence Lessig as Chairman. Read more » about Creative Commons
"[Lessig pulls] off a difficult trick -- he's written a book largely about the arcana of Internet protocols and intellectual property laws, and he's made it engaging and even enjoyable. He also helps readers understand what the insiders already know: How we deal with these issues matters."