This Article discusses how privacy may be invaded electronically on the Internet, tools available to protect oneself, and the state of the law regarding the rights of individuals to control the disclosure of their personal information. The author proposes "fair information practices guidelines" in the context of a comprehensive federal policy guaranteeing individual rights to the control of one's personal information.
Susan E. Gindin,
Lost and Found in Cyberspace: Informational Privacy in the Age of the Internet,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol34/iss3/4