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The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) has released its journal, Privacy Papers for Policy Makers, a collection of expert-written papers on emerging privacy issues.

The journal is intended to help inform federal and state policy makers about data privacy issues. The FPF solicited papers that “clearly analyzed current and emerging privacy issues and either proposed achievable short-term solutions or offered fresh analysis that could lead to new approaches and solutions.” An advisory board comprised of academics, advocates and chief privacy officers reviewed submissions and selected six papers for inclusion in the 2009-2010 journal.

Privacy on the Books and on the Ground
By Kenneth A. Bamberger and Deirdre K. Mulligan  

What is Privacy Worth?
By Alessandro Acquisti, Leslie John and George Loewenstein

Misplaced Confidences: Privacy and the Control Paradox
By Laura Brandimarte, Alessandro Acquisti and George Loewenstein  

Standardizing Privacy Notices: An Online Study of the Nutrition Label Approach
By Patrick Gage Kelley, Lucian Cesca, Joanna Bresee and Lorrie Faith Cranor

How Different Are Young Adults from Older Adults When it Comes to Information Privacy Attitudes and Policies?
By Chris Hoofnagle, Jennifer King, Su Li and Joseph Turow   

Privacy and Regulatory Innovation: Moving Beyond Voluntary Codes
By Ira Rubinstein   

View the full journal here or visit the Future of Privacy Forum Web site to read the privacy papers selected for notable mention.

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