Here are some sources of information about privacy concerns in the modern technological environment:
The Computers, Freedom, and Privacy (CFP) Conference.
An annual conference of very high quality. Held in late winter or early spring, usually February or March, this conference is one of the best I've ever attended. Although it covers a high degree of interesting topics, it's the people that come that make it what it is. It's not just one group. It's computer people, government officials, police officers, librarians, teachers, legal experts, civil rights advocates, science fiction writers, industry analysts, and so on, all engaged in a high-paced single-track multi-day dialog on important issues. I definitely recommend it.
I also have a page of pointers to resources on law and public policy.
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