EPIC publishes many reports on the state of privacy, security, and civil liberties. Some of these reports are available for sale via the EPIC Bookstore; others are available online.
EPIC Publications (available at the EPIC Bookstore)
Communications Law and Policy, Jerry Kang and Alan Butler (Direct Injection Press 2016).
Privacy Law and Society, Anita L. Allen and Marc Rotenberg (West 2015)
Privacy in the Modern Age: The Search for Solutions, Marc Rotenberg, Julia Horwitz and Jeramie Scott (The New Press 2015)
Litigation Under the Federal Open Government Laws (FOIA). 2008 (24th edition). (2006, 2004, and 2002 editions also available.)
Privacy Self-Regulation: A Decade of Disappointment. 2005.
Also available in PDF.
WATCHING THE WATCHERS. The Watching the Watchers Project was undertaken by EPIC in 2001 to assess the impact of proposals for public surveillance put forward after September 11. Reports in the series include:
- Paying for Big Brother: A Review of the Proposed FY2003 Budget for the Department of Justice (PDF). 2002.
- Your Papers, Please: From the State Drivers License to a National Identification System (PDF). 2002.
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