Table of contents for The privacy advocates : resisting the spread of surveillance / Colin J. Bennett.

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Contents
Introduction
List of Privacy Groups 
I.	 FRAMING THE PROBLEM
The Privacy Frame
The Information Privacy Frame
The Surveillance Frame 
Framing Dilemmas
Conclusion: Privacy, Surveillance Power
II.	THE GROUPS
 Privacy-Centric Advocacy Groups 
 Privacy Advocacy and Civil Liberties
 Privacy Advocacy and Human Rights 
Privacy Advocacy and Consumer Protection
Privacy Advocacy and Digital Rights
Privacy Advocacy and the Single Issue 
The Privacy Advocacy Network 
III. 	THE ACTORS 
What is a Privacy Advocate?
Advocacy Types
*	The Advocate Activist
*	The Advocate Researcher
*	The Advocate Consultant
*	The Advocate Technologist
*	The Advocate Journalist
*	The Advocate Artist
Concluding Observations 
IV. THE STRATEGIES
 Information Politics: Promoting Change by Reporting Facts
 Symbolic Politics: Connecting with Cultures
 Accountability Politics: Living up to the Rules
 Leverage Politics: Naming and Shaming
 Conclusion: Strategic Dilemmas 
 
V.	CASES AND CONFLICTS 
Census Protests
Card Games
Marketing Schemes
Crypto Wars
Web Conflicts
*	Chip Identification: The Intel Personal Serial Number
*	Online Advertising and Doubleclick
*	Online Identity Management: MS Passport
 Data Spills
 Conditions for Success
 
VI.	 THE NETWORKS
Privacy Conferences
Privacy Campaigns
Privacy Coalitions
Privacy and Net Activism
The Privacy Advocacy Network and Cyber-Activism
Conclusion: Usual Suspects and Strange Bedfellows
 
VII. MOVEMENTS AND FUTURES
Could the Privacy Advocacy Network become a Social Movement?
Resource Mobilization
The Properties of Privacy 
Conclusions from the Privacy Advocates
The Future of Privacy Advocacy 
Appendix on Interviewing
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Privacy, Right of.
Human rights advocacy.
Human rights movements.
Human rights workers.