|Information Law and Policy
2nd Class -- Government Information
This session focuses on information collected, maintained and used by the government. Topics may include: FOIA, Privacy Act, Criminal History Records, IRS, Social Security, the 2000 Census, among others.
Christopher P. Beall, The Exaltation of Privacy Doctrines Over Public Information Law, 45 Duke L.J. 1249 (1996).
Michael E. Unsworth, Freedom of Information: Its Ebb and Flow, Am. Libr., June 1, 1999, at 82.
Freedom of Information Act.
Open Meetings Act.
Lillian R. Bevier, Information About Individuals in the Hands of Government..., 4 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 455 (1995).
Memorandum of Understanding Between the U.S. Department of Commerce and Internal Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.
Privacy Act of 1974.
Driver's Privacy Protection Act of 1994.
Reno v. Condon, 120 S. Ct. 666 (2000).
Declan McCullagh, Smile for the US Secret Service (visited Feb. 14, 2000).
Privacy International, Some Personal Views from Around the World (re National I.D. Numbers) (visited Feb. 14, 2000).
Roger Clarke, Identification, Anonymity and Pseudonymity in Consumer Transactions . . ., (visited Feb. 16, 2000).
Criminal History Regulations.
Criminal History Review and Analysis.
"Megan's Law," 42 U.S.C. § 14071.
How America Knows what America Needs! (visited Feb. 17, 2000).
The Census Bureau Goes All Out to Protect Your Privacy (visited Feb. 17, 2000).
What the Census Bureau Isn't Telling Anyone (visited Feb. 17, 2000).
Census 2000: Another Technological Revolution? (visited Feb. 17, 2000).
Census 2000: Frequently Asked Questions (visited Feb. 17, 2000).
Census Policy Statements (visited Feb. 17,2000).
Clinton v. Glavin, 525 U.S. 316 (1999).
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