Web Privacy with P3P

By Lorrie Faith Cranor

Media Coverage and Reviews

On September 27, 2002, Lorrie Cranor appeared live on the Desmond Crisis program on CNET Radio

CNET News.com: "Turning up the heat on Web privacy" by Paul Festa (19 November 2002)

...Cranor, a principal technical staff member at AT&T Labs-Research, has become virtually synonymous with P3P. She is the chair of the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) P3P working group. She designed AT&T's "privacy bird," a software download that turns different colors based on a Web site's P3P settings. This year, Cranor wrote the book on P3P. Published by O'Reilly & Associates, Cranor's Web Privacy with P3P is currently the only title devoted to the subject....[more]

DM News: "New Book May Be the Bible on P3P" by Robert Gellman (2 December 2002, p. 14)

If you have any interest at all in P3P as a policy development or are considering whether to add P3P functionality to your website, you should read this book. If you have already made the decision to proceed with P3P, you will definitely need it. Web Privacy with P3P is destined to be the P3P bible....

Federal Computer Week: "Privacy made simple for high-tech minds: New books make difficult issue more manageable" by Ari Schwartz (2 December 2002)

...required reading for anyone attempting to understand technology's role in social issues.... [more]

Interview with Lorrie Cranor on Let's Talk Computers - December 7

InformationWeek: High Impact: What is technology's ultimate contribution to the world? Here are four people working to shape its social consequences" by Mary Hayes (10 Feburary 2003)

Privacy Laws & Business International Newsletter: "P3P -- problems, progress, potential" by Alan Pedersen (February 2003)

Web Privacy with P3P
by Lorrie Faith Cranor
with Foreword by Lawrence Lessig
September 2002
O'Reilly & Associates
ISBN 0-59600-371-4
344 pages, $39.95

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