The following are selected works that were never published but which provide historical perspective on my work in privacy and information technology.
"The Administration Response to the Challenges of Protecting Privacy," Stanford L. Rev. Symposium on Privacy, Jan. 8, 2000. This almost-finished law review article provides a contemporaneous description of what we were trying to accomplish on privacy about halfway through my time in the Clinton Administration.
“Public Feedback Regulation: Learning
to Govern In The Age of Computers, Telecommunications, and the Media.” This
was my first writing on the law of cyberspace, presented to the faculty at the
Onslaught of Complexity: Information Technology and Developments in Legal and
Economic Thought.” This was my undergraduate thesis, which shared a prize
for best thesis in 1980 in the
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