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e-Privacy Research: a New Disciplinary Borderland.
Unformatted Document Text:  * 19 Bibliography Allen, C. (1999), Internet World Guide to One-to-One Web Marketing. New York: Wiley Computer Publishing. Bazsalisca, M.; Naïm, P. (2001), Data mining pour le Web. Solutions d’Entreprise. Paris: Editions Eyrolles. CNIL (1999) Protection des données personnelles et e-commerce en France. Consumers International (2001), ## email not listed ## An international comparative study of consumer privacy on the internet (http://www.consumersinternational.org). Dinant, J.M. (1999), Les Traitements invisibles sur internet. Namur : CRID, FUNDP, (http://www.droit.fundp.ac.be/crid). FTC (2000), Privacy online: Fair information practices in the electronic marketplace. A report to congress. (http://www.ftc.gov). Gelman, R. (1998), Protecting Yourself Online, San Franciso: Harper Edge. Peterson, C. (1999), I love the Internet, but I want my privacy too! Prima Publishing. Thomas, P. e.a. (2001), Avis N° 34 du 22 Novembre 2000 Avis d'initiative relatif à la protection de la vie privée dans le cadre du commerce électronique (http://www.privacy.fgov.be). Walrave M. (1999), Privacy gescand?, Leuven: Universitaire Pers. Walrave M. (2001a), e-Marketing and Privacy. Privacy Paper Nr. 1., Department Communication Science, Leuven: K.U.Leuven. Walrave M. (2001b), e-Marketing & Privacy, Diegem: Kluwer. Walrave M. (2002), e-Marketing et Vie Privée. Diegem : Kluwer. Westin A. (1991), How the American Public views consumer privacy issues in the early 90's and why. Testimony before the subcommittee on Government Information, Justice and Agriculture. Committee on Government Operations, US Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., April 10, 1991. 1 In the full research report the number and type of data are analysed. The results are also compared with other researches in the UK, France and the USA. 2 We have not used our university e-mail address, but a more neutral one to avoid possible influence this official e-mail address could have on the answers. 3 In the full research report we compare these results with the results of research in other countries. 4 The right to object against the use of data for direct marketing is of course only applicable to websites where the use of data for marketing are explicitely mentioned (79% of the sites with a privacy statement, in 2002).

Authors: Walrave, Michel.
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Allen, C. (1999), Internet World Guide to One-to-One Web Marketing. New York: Wiley
Computer Publishing.
Bazsalisca, M.; Naïm, P. (2001), Data mining pour le Web. Solutions d’Entreprise. Paris:
Editions Eyrolles.
CNIL (1999) Protection des données personnelles et e-commerce en France.
Consumers International (2001), ## email not listed ## An international comparative study of
consumer privacy on the internet (http://www.consumersinternational.org).
Dinant, J.M. (1999), Les Traitements invisibles sur internet. Namur : CRID, FUNDP,
(http://www.droit.fundp.ac.be/crid).
FTC (2000), Privacy online: Fair information practices in the electronic marketplace. A
report to congress. (http://www.ftc.gov).
Gelman, R. (1998), Protecting Yourself Online, San Franciso: Harper Edge.
Peterson, C. (1999), I love the Internet, but I want my privacy too! Prima Publishing.
Thomas, P. e.a. (2001), Avis N° 34 du 22 Novembre 2000 Avis d'initiative relatif à la
protection de la vie privée dans le cadre du commerce électronique
(http://www.privacy.fgov.be).
Walrave M. (1999), Privacy gescand?, Leuven: Universitaire Pers.
Walrave M. (2001a), e-Marketing and Privacy. Privacy Paper Nr. 1., Department
Communication Science, Leuven: K.U.Leuven.
Walrave M. (2001b), e-Marketing & Privacy, Diegem: Kluwer.
Walrave M. (2002), e-Marketing et Vie Privée. Diegem : Kluwer.
Westin A. (1991), How the American Public views consumer privacy issues in the early
90's and why. Testimony before the subcommittee on Government Information, Justice
and Agriculture. Committee on Government Operations, US Government Printing Office,
Washington D.C., April 10, 1991.
1
In the full research report the number and type of data are analysed. The results are also compared with other researches in the UK, France and the USA.
2 We have not used our university e-mail address, but a more neutral one to avoid possible influence this official e-mail address could have on the answers.
3 In the full research report we compare these results with the results of research in other countries.
4 The right to object against the use of data for direct marketing is of course only applicable to websites where the use of data for marketing are explicitely
mentioned (79% of the sites with a privacy statement, in 2002).


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