Privacy Papers Submissions

Below are the submissions for FPF’s 2014 edition of “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers.” We ask that judges review pieces with an eye towards those papers that either propose achievable short-term solutions, or propose new means of analysis that could lead to solutions.

We have set up a Survey Monkey survey where you can select your favorite papers. The survey is designed only to be answered once, so please make all of your selections before hitting “Done.” We ask that you select up to five papers.


A Cyber Age Privacy Doctrine
Amitai Etzioni

A Large-Scale Evaluation of U.S. Financial Institutions’ Standardized Privacy Notices
Lorrie Faith Cranor, Pedro Giovanni Leon, Blase Ur

An Experiment in Hiring Discrimination via Online Social Networks
Alessandro Acquisti & Christina Fong

App Stores for the Brain: Privacy & Security in Brain-Computer Interfaces
Tamara Bonaci, Ryan Calo & Howard Jay Chizeck

Alan Westin’s Privacy Homo Economicus 
Chris Hoofnagle & Jennifer Urban

Calculating Privacy
Tracy Ann Kosa

Cloak and Swagger: Understanding Data Sensitivity Through the Lens of User Anonymity
Sai Teja Peddinti, Aleksandra Korolova, Elie Bursztein, and Geetanjali Sampemane

Eight Nails in Katz’ Coffin
Amitai Etzioni

Formal Analysis of Privacy: Requirements Specifications for Multi-tier Applications
Travis Breaux & Ashwini Rao

Four Privacy Myths
Neil Richards

Free: Account for the Costs of the Internet’s Most Popular Price
Chris Hoofnagle & Jan Whittington

Google Search Results: Buried if Not Forgotten
Allyson Haynes Stuart

Government Cloud Computing and National Data Sovereignty
Kristina Irion

Institutionally Appropriate Approaches to Privacy: Striking a Balance Between Judicial and Administrative Enforcement of Privacy Law
Lauren Henry

Is Your Inseam a Biometric? A Case Study on the Role of Usability Studies in Developing Public Policy
Rebecca Balebako, Rich Shay & Lorrie Faith Cranor

Lawful Hacking: Using Existing Vulnerabilities for Wiretapping on the Internet
Steve Bellovin, Matt Blaze, Sandy Clark & Susan Landau

Making Privacy Impact Assessment More Effective
David Wright

Minimum Viable Consent Receipt
Mark Lizar & John Wunderlich

Privacy as a Security Value
Charles Raab

Privacy as Quasi-Property
Lauren Henry

Privacy Mindset, Technological Mindset
Michael Birnhack, Eran Toch & Irit Hadar

Privacy Principles, Risks, and Harms
David Wright & Charles Raab

Prometheus Bound: Chaining the Information-Collector Giant
Rotem Medzini

Re-conceptualising Privacy and Discrimination in an Age of Talent Analytics
Mike Burdon & Paul Harpur

Reforming Surveillance Law: The Swiss Model
Susan Freiwald & Sylvain Métille

Self, Privacy, and Power: Is It All Over?
Richard Warner & Robert Sloan

Silent Listeners: The Evolution of Privacy and Disclosure on Facebook
Fred Stutzman, Ralph Gross, Alessandro Acquisti

Sleights of Privacy: Framing, Disclosures, and the Limits of Transparency
Idris Adjerid, Alessandro Acquisti, Laura Brandimarte & George Loewenstein

The Anglo-Saxon/Continental Privacy Divide
Karen Eltis

The Scope and Potential of FTC Data Protection
Woodrow Hartzog & Daniel Solove

The Scoring of America: How Secret Consumer Scores Threaten Your Privacy and Your Future
Pam Dixon & Robert Gellman

The Vision: Personal Information Markets AND Privacy
Sarah Spiekermann & Alexander Novotny

Towards a Value Theory for Personal Data (On the Value of Personal Information – What Facebook Users are willing to pay)
Sarah Spiekermann & Jana Korunovska

Voter Privacy in the Age of Big Data
Ira Rubinstein

Your Secret StingRay’s No Secret Anymore: The Vanishing Government Monopoly over Cell Phone Surveillance and its Impact on National Security and Consumer Privacy
Stephanie Pell & Christopher Soghoian