Contents: Introduction. Part I Privacy Generally: An examination of the concern for information privacy in the New Zealand regulatory context, Ellen A. Rose; Property rights in personal information: an economic defense of privacy, Richard S. Murphy; Privacy and security concerns as major barriers for e-commerce: a survey study, Godwin J. Udo; Privacy by design - principles of privacy-aware ubiquitous systems, Marc Langheinrich; The problem of anonymous vanity searches, Christopher Soghoian. Part II Data Protection and Commerce: EU data protection policy. The privacy fallacy: adverse effects of Europe's data protection policy in an information-driven economy, Lucas Bergkamp; Information technology, marketing practice, and consumer privacy: ethical issues, Ellen R. Foxman and Paula Kilcoyne; Consent in data protection law: privacy, fair processing and confidentiality, Roger Brownsword; The Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC: idealisms and realisms, Rebecca Wong; Behavioral advertising: the cryptic hunter and gatherer of the internet, Joanna Penn; Privacy and confidentiality in an e-commerce world: data mining, data warehousing, matching and disclosure limitation, Stephen E. Fienberg; Safe harbor - a framework that works, Damon Greer; The 'final' privacy frontier? Regulating trans-border data flows, Gehan Gunasekara; To track or not to track: recent legislative proposals to protect consumer privacy, Molly Jennings. Part III Biometrics: Biometrics: privacy's foe or privacy's friend?, John D. Woodward; Privacy issues in the application of biometrics: a European perspective, Marek Rejman-Greene; Biometrics and privacy: a note on the politics of theorizing technology, Irma van der Ploeg; Biometric technologies in support of identity and privacy assurance, Colin Soutar; Privacy law: biometrics and privacy, Jan Grijpink. Part IV The Cloud: Security and privacy implications of cloud computing - lost in the cloud, Vassilka Tchifilionova; Privacy and consumer risks in cloud computing, Dan Svantesson and Roger Clarke; Digital evidence in cloud computing systems, M. Taylor, J. Haggerty, D. Gresty and R. Hegarty; Caught in the clouds: the web 2.0, cloud computing, and privacy?, Paul Lanois. Part V Geo-Location: Re-mapping privacy law: how the Google Maps scandal requires tort law reform, Lindsey A. Strachan; E-commerce tax: how the taxman brought geography to the 'borderless' internet, Dan Jerker B. Svantesson; Tweets from Justin Bieber's heart: the dynamics of the 'location' field in user profiles, Brent Hecht, Lichan Hong, Bongwon Suh and Ed H. Chi. Part VI Social Networks: Teens, privacy and online social networks: how teens manage their online identities and personal information in the age of MySpace, Amanda Lenhart and Mary Madden; Publicly private and privately public: social networking on YouTube, Patricia G. Lange; Employer's use of social networking sites: a socially irresponsible practice, Leigh A. Clark and Sherry J. Roberts; Social networking websites - a concatenation of impersonation, denigration, sexual aggressive solicitation, cyber-bullying or happy slapping videos, Bruce L. Mann. Part VII Health Care: Impact of news of celebrity illness on breast cancer screening: Kylie Minogue's breast cancer diagnosis, Simon Chapman, Kim McLeod, Melanie Wakefield and Simon Holding; Privacy, information technology, and health care, Thomas C. Rindfleisch; 'Iceland Inc.'?: On the ethics of commercial population genomics, Jon F. Merz, Glenn E. McGee and Pamela Sankar; Geocoding in cancer research: a review, Gerard Rushton, Marc P. Armstrong, Josephine Gittler, Barry R. Greene, Claire E. Pavlik, Michele M. West and Dale L. Zimmerman. Name index.