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Pam Dixon, author and researcher
Pam Dixon is an author and researcher. She has written eight books, published hundreds of articles, and conducted and published substantial research in the area of privacy, including pioneering work in the area of medical identity theft. She is the founder and executive director of the internationally recognized World Privacy Forum, a non-profit, non-partisan public interest research group. There, she focuses on in-depth research of emerging privacy issues. The World Privacy Forum is a member of the TransAtlantic Consumer Dialoge (TACD) and has held international privacy and security conferences convening prominent experts in the field. The most recent Forum conference was held in Tokyo, Japan in November 2008. Dixon was appointed by California's Secretary of Health as co-chair of the California Privacy and Security Advisory Board, she is also a board member of the national Health Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP). Her most recent book is Online Privacy (ABC CLIO) co-authored with Bob Gellman and published in fall 2011.
The Pam Dixon archive
This archive is a gathering place for Pam Dixon's books, her print articles, and her research work. The archive also links to key testimony and when available, video and audio files. The archive also contains a current schedule and a selection of press clippings.
Press clippings archive
Archives of selected press clippings from 1995 to present.
SELECTED RESEARCH, ARTICLES, & TESTIMONY