understanding the importance and impact of anonymity and authentication in a networked society
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On the Identity Trail's Focus on the Internet:

Privacy and Surveillance in Web 2.0: Unintended Consequences and the Rise of “Netaveillance”
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Michael Zimmer
May 29, 2007

Is Anything Private in the Age of Internet Social Networking?
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Robynn Arnold
May 15, 2007

i want you to want me: the effect of reputation systems in online dating sites
ID TRAIL MIX
By: jennifer barrigar
February 13, 2007  

“A Man’s Home (Page) is His Castle”
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Carlisle Adams
November 28, 2006

Network Neutrality and Privacy
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Greg Hagen
September 19, 2006 

Municipal WiFi is Coming, and Why Privacy Advocates Should Care
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Graham Longford
July 25, 2006 

Internet Geolocation and Evasion
By: James Muir
Presented at the On the Identity Trail team meeting, Ottawa, May 13, 2006.

Internet Geolocation and Evasion
By: James Muir and Paul van Oorschot
Technical Report TR-06-05, School of Computer Science, Carleton University (8 April 2006)

NYMITY, P2P & ISPS: Lessons from BMG Canada Inc. v. John Doe
By: Ian Kerr & Alex Cameron  
in Privacy and Technologies of Identity: A Cross-Disciplinary Conversation, ed K.J. Strandburg and D.S. Raicu (New York: Springer, 2005).

Stuck in the middle with you: isps, p2p & cybercrime
By: Ian Kerr
Presented at Bell Canada Enterprises Innovations Breakfast Series, Toronto, December 2, 2005.

Young Canadians in a Wired World - Phase II
By: Media Awareness Network (Valerie Steeves)
Student Survey, November 2005.

Privacy and anonymity on the internet
By: Ian Goldberg
Panopticon, The 15th Annual Conference on Computers, Freedom & Privacy, Keeping an Eye on the Panopticon: Workshop on Vanishing Anonymity, Seattle, April 12, 2005.

Tor: an anonymous internet communication system
By: Roger Dingledine
Panopticon, The 15th Annual Conference on Computers, Freedom & Privacy, Keeping an Eye on the Panopticon: Workshop on Vanishing Anonymity, Seattle, April 12, 2005.

Names, Nyms, Addresses and Reputations: The Experience of Anonymity in the Wired World
By: Jacquelyn Burkell and Peter West

The Role of ISPs in the Investigation of Cybercrime
By: Ian R. Kerr and Daphne Gilbert  
in Information Ethics in an Electronic Age: Current Issues in Africa and the World, ed. Thomas Mendina and Johannes Brtiz (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland Press, 2004). 

Escaping your history
ID TRAIL MIX
By: James Muir 

Anonymous browsing: Will it survive lawful access initiatives?
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Carole Lucock

For The Sake Of Productivity...
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Sara Azargive

This message will self-destruct in five seconds
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Ian Goldberg

 

 
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