Article entitled "Privacy in the Digital Age: Work in Progress" by Deirdre Mulligan.
Article entitled "Your Place or Mine?: Privacy Concerns and Solutions for Server and Client-side Storage of Personal Information."
Students worked on the issue of location information privacy.
Preliminary analysis of e-voting problems highlights need for heightened standards and testing.
The Clinic worked on a general technology assessment of RFID technology and its potential risk toward individual privacy.
Law review article by Prof. Mulligan entitled "Reasonable Expectations in Electronic Communications: A Critical Perspective on the Electronic Communications Privacy Act."
Report entitled "Storing Our Lives Online: Expanded Email Storage Raises Complex Policy Issues."
Samuelson Clinic released paper on legal, technical, and software interface design issues related to spyware.
Clinic students authored an article entitled "User Choices and Regret: Understanding Users’ Decision Process About Consensually Acquired Spyware."
Report discussing video surveillance systems installed by state and local governments.