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Thought Pieces

David Ambrose, Scoop St. 
Progressing Through Regressing: Innovation in Generational Advertising via Daily Deals

Jeff Chester, Center for Digital Democracy
Targeting the Subconscious in the “Big Data” era

Dan Christen, Microsoft Corporation
Statement of Erich Andersen Deputy General Counsel Microsoft Corporation

Tom Collinger, Medill Northwestern University
Learning to Love The AND

Mary Engle, Federal Trade Commission
Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change: A Proposed Framework for Businesses and Policymakers December 2010

Leslie Harris, Center for Democracy and Technology
Beyond Bright Shiny Objects: Situating Children’s Privacy within a Comprehensive Privacy Framework

Chris Hoofnagle, Berkeley School of Law
The Federal Trade Commission and Privacy Enforcement

Kate Kaye, ClickZ News
The State of Online Political Advertising

Jason Kelly, AdMeld
The Private Exchange: Publishers Level The Playing Field

Jonathan Mayer, DoNotTrack.Us Project, Stanford University
Do Not Track as a Generative Approach to Web Privacy

Aleecia McDonald, Carnegie Mellon University
User Perceptions of Online Advertising

Kathryn Montgomery, American University
Balancing the Needs of Young People in the Digital Marketplace

Alison Pepper, Interactive Advertising Bureau-
Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising

Julia Kernochan Tama, Venable
Comments on the Preliminary FTC Staff Report on Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change

Lee Tien, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Online Behavioral Tracking and the Identification of Internet Users

Joseph Turow, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania
Beyond Anonymity

Rebecca Tushnet, Georgetown Law Center
Online Advertising—Thought Piece