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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.