INDEX OF COMMENTS FILED
001 Professor Mary J. Culnan, Georgetown University, School of Business, "Consumer Privacy -- Comment: The Collection and Use of Information about Children"
002 Direct Marketing Association and Interactive Services Association, "Joint Statement on Children's Marketing Issues"
003 Direct Marketing Association and Interactive Services Association, "Principles for Unsolicited Marketing E-Mail"
004 Direct Marketing Association and Interactive Services Association, "Joint Statement on Online Notice and Opt-Out"
005 Center for Democracy and Technology, Jerry Berman, Janlori Goldman, Daniel J. Weitzner and Deirdre K. Mulligan, "Statement of the Center for Democracy and Technology"
006 Direct Marketing Association, "DMA Commentary -- FTC Workshop on Privacy and Cyberspace"
007 Professor Joel R. Reidenberg, Fordham University, "Consumer Privacy Comments"
008 Nynex, Bryan McGannon, "The Nynex Privacy Principles"
009 Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, Beth Givens, "Consumer Privacy on the Global Information Infrastructure"
010 Ram Avrahami, "My Life is not for Sale"
011 Privacy & American Business, "Interactive Services, Consumers, and Privacy: A National Survey"
012 Internet (I/PRO), Ariel Poler, "Consumer Privacy Comment"
013 Consumer Alert, "Comments to the Federal Trade Commission Re: Issues Discussed at the Public Workshop on Consumer Privacy on the Global Information Infrastructure"
014 PICS Technical Committee, Paul Resnick, "Privacy Applications of PICS: the Platform for Internet Content Selection"
015 Interactive Services Association, "Interactive Services Association Formal Comments in Connection with the FTC Workshop on Privacy and Cyberspace"
016 Microsystems Software, Susan J. Getgood, "Consumer Privacy -- Comments"
017 America Online, Inc., David W. Phillips, Comment Letter
018 Coalition for Advertising Supported Information & Entertainment (CASIE), Harold A. Shoup and Daniel L. Jaffe, "Goals for Privacy in Marketing on Interactive Media"
019 Center for Media Education/Consumer Federation of America, Kathryn Montgomery and Mary Ellen Fise, "Guidelines for the Collection and Tracking of Information from Children on the Global Information Infrastructure and in Interactive Media"
020 Center for Media Education/Consumer Federation of America, "Comments of Center for Media Education and Consumer Federation of America"
021 Center for Democracy and Technology, Janlori Goldman and Daniel J. Weitzner, "Comment on Joint Proposal of Center for Media Education and the Consumer Federation of America, 'Guideline for the Collection and Tracking of Information from Children on the Global Information Infrastructure and in Interactive Media'"
022 Center for Democracy and Technology, Janlori Goldman and Daniel J. Weitzner, "Additional Comments on Notice and Individual Control in Interactive Communications Media"
023 Information Industry Association (IIA), Alden Schacher, "Comments of the Information Industry Association"
024 Direct Marketing Association, Patricia Faley, "Additional Comments to the FTC -- Consumer Privacy in Cyberspace"
025 CompuServe, Russ Kennedy, "Summary of CompuServe's Existing Written Privacy Policies"
026 Sally Goodman, Illinois Privacy Council, John Marshall Law School Center for Information and Privacy Law, Comment Letter
028 McGraw-Hill Home Interactive, Bryan Waters, Comment Letter
029 Ingenius, Internet Profiles Corporation, and Yahoo, "Self-Regulation Proposal for Children's Internet Industry"
030 Consumers Union, Charlotte M. Baecher, "Selling America's Kids -- Commercial Pressures on Kids of the 90's"
031 Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), Julie C. DeFalco, Comment Letter
032 Michael Brody, "Children in Cyberspace: Webs of Non-Consent"