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Fred H. Cate

Faculty bibliography for Fred H. Cate

Books

Fred H. Cate

Vice President for Research, Indiana University; Distinguished Professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law; Senior Fellow, Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research


BULK COLLECTION: SYSTEMATIC GOVERNMENT ACCESS TO PRIVATE-SECTOR DATA (Edited with James X. Dempsey). New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.

DATA PROTECTION PRINCIPLES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY: REVISING THE 1980 OECD GUIDELINES (with Peter Cullen and Viktor Mayer-Schonberger). Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, Dec. 2013.

FINANCIAL PRIVACY, CONSUMER PROSPERITY, AND THE PUBLIC GOOD (with Robert E. Litan, et.al.) Washington, DC: AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies, 2003.

THE IMPACT OF NATIONAL CREDIT REPORTING UNDER THE FAIR CREDIT REPORTING ACT: THE RISK OF NEW RESTRICTIONS AND STATE REGULATION (with Michael E. Staten). Washington, DC: Financial Services Coordinating Council, 2003.

THE PRIVACY PROBLEM: A BROADER VIEW OF INFORMATION PRIVACY AND THE COSTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF PROTECTING IT. Nashville: First Amendment Center, 2003.

THE ADVERSE IMPACT OF OPT-IN PRIVACY RULES ON CONSUMERS: A CASE STUDY OF RETAIL CREDIT (with Michael E. Staten). Privacy Leadership Initiative, (Apr. 2002).

CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES IN INFORMATION PRIVACY (with Robert E. Litan). Washington, DC: AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies, 2001.

THE COURT-MARTIAL OF GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER (edited with Dennis Long and David Williams). Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001.

DATA AND DEMOCRACY. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001.

PRIVACY AND OTHER CIVIL LIBERTIES IN THE UNITED STATES AFTER SEPTEMBER 11. Washington, DC: American Institute for Contemporary Germanic Studies, 2001.

PRIVACY IN PERSPECTIVE. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute Press, 2001.

PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: THE PREEMPTION PROBLEM. Washington, DC: National Retail Federation, 2001.

CASES AND MATERIALS ON MASS MEDIA LAW, 6th ed. (with Marc A. Franklin and David A. Anderson). New York: Foundation Press, 2000.

PERSONAL INFORMATION IN FINANCIAL SERVICES: THE VALUE OF A BALANCED FLOW. Washington, DC: Financial Services Coordinating Council, 2000.

PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: CONSUMER ACCESS TO PERSONAL INFORMATION. Washington, DC: National Retail Federation, 2000.

PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: THE FALLACY OF "OPT-IN" (with Michael E. Staten). Washington, DC: National Retail Federation, 2000.

PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: IDENTITY THEFT. Washington, DC: National Retail Federation, 2000.

PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: INFORMATION-SHARING -- WHY DOES AFFILIATE STATUS MATTER? (with Michael E. Staten). Washington, DC: National Retail Federation, 2000.

PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: LEGAL PROTECTIONS FOR INFORMATION PRIVACY. Washington, DC: National Retail Federation, 2000.

PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: PROTECTING CONSUMER PRIVACY -- TEN QUESTIONS EVERY LEGISLATOR SHOULD ASK. Washington, DC: National Retail Federation, 2000.

PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST --CONSUMER BENEFITS OF INFORMATION-SHARING (with Michael E. Staten). Washington, DC: National Retail Federation, 2000.

PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: VALUE OF INFORMATION-SHARING (with Michael E. Staten). Washington, DC: National Retail Federation, 2000.

THE PUBLIC RECORD. Washington, DC: CSPRA, 1999.

THE INTERNET AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT: SCHOOLS AND SEXUALLY EXPLICIT EXPRESSION. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa, 1998.

PRIVACY IN THE INFORMATION AGE. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1997.

THE TRIAL OF RICHARD III (edited with David C. Williams, et al.). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University School of Law, 1997.

COMMUNICATIONS IN MEDICINE: THE ANNENBERG WASHINGTON PROGRAM AND A DECADE OF MAKING A DIFFERENCE (with Peter David Blanck and Gregory Makoul). Washington, DC: The Annenberg Washington Program in Communications Policy Studies of Northwestern University, 1995.

INTERNATIONAL DISASTER COMMUNICATIONS: HARNESSING THE POWER OF COMMUNICATIONS TO AVERT DISASTERS AND SAVE LIVES (Editor and contributor). Washington, DC: The Annenberg Washington Communications Program, 1994.

VISIONS OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT FOR A NEW MILLENNIUM: AMERICANS SPEAK OUT ON THE FUTURE OF FREE EXPRESSION (Editor and contributor). Washington, DC: Annenberg Washington Program in Communications Policy Studies, 1992.

THE TAMPERE DECLARATION ON DISASTER COMMUNICATIONS: THE ANNENBERG WASHINGTON PROGRAM INTERNATIONAL DISASTER COMMUNICATIONS PROJECT. Washington, DC: Annenberg Washington Program in Communications Policy Studies, 1991.

THE TENTH STRATEGY: COMMUNICATIONS AND THE FIGHT FOR A DRUG-FREE AMERICA. Washington, DC: Annenberg Washington Program in Communications Policy Studies, 1991.

TRANSPLANTATION WHITE PAPER (with Susan Laudicina). Washington, DC: Annenberg Washington Program in Communications Policy Studies, 1991.

DIRECTORSHIP YEAR-END REGULATORY REVIEW (with Eric Roiter and John B. Reynolds). Westport, CT: Directors Publications, 1990.

THE EUROPEAN BROADCASTING DIRECTIVE. Washington, DC: American Bar Association, 1990.