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Title: Privacy-Enhanced Business
Author: Curtis Frye
Publisher: Quorum Books
Copyright: 2001
ISBN: 1-567-20321-3
Pages: 264
Price: $67.50
I wrote Privacy-Enhanced Business to give corporate officers, students, and the interested public important insights into how privacy impacts international commerce. Every situation is different and requires a lawyer's advice as to how particular laws affect a firm's operations, but Privacy-Enhanced Business gives executives and analysts the information they need to ask the right questions and understand the answers.

On May 29, 2001, a reviewer from the Harvard Business School's Working Knowledge newsletter said "[Privacy-Enhanced Business] is a fair and thoughtful look at the way privacy will, at last, invade our lives."

On August 29, 2001, crmindustry.com called Privacy-Enhanced Business "required reading" for customer relationship managers.

** Table of Contents **

-- Introduction
-- The Internet as Business Environment
-- Domestic Law
-- The European Union and Other Nations
-- Differences Between U.S. and European Law
-- Internet Economics
-- Internet Advertising
-- User Tracking Technologies
-- Privacy Enhancing Technologies
-- Policy Scenarios
-- Conclusions
-- Appendix A
-- Appendix B

You can order Privacy-Enhanced Business from Amazon or Barnes & Noble. If you have any questions or comments about the book, please don't hesitate to write me at cfrye@teleport.com.