A panel at ICIS 2004 in Washington, D.C. explored many of the information privacy issues facing management in a post 9/11 environment. The panel was composed of privacy scholars, regulators, and practitioners. The panelists examined privacy disasters as a way of exposing these management challenges, discussed government and self-regulatory approaches to information privacy, and raised opportunities for research. This paper extends and deepens the examination begun at the panel and the discussions of issues raised by the audience during the question and answer session. In addition, a list of research questions is offered. The panelists provided key privacy information sources. A privacy bibliography is included.
Chan, Y., Culnan, M., Greenaway, K., Laden, G., Levin, T., & Smith, H. (2005). Information Privacy: Management, Marketplace, and Legal Challenges. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 16, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.01612