Monday, August 31, 2015

Computerized Governmental Database Systems Containing Persona


     This report identifies and examines the potential threats to
individual privacy created by the collection, aggregation, and
dissemination of personal information by governmental agencies and the
role computer systems play in potentiating such threats.  Computer
matching, computer profiling, the national criminal justice database,
and portfolio creation via data aggregation of personal information
are the governmental activities stipulated to be potentially
threatening to personal privacy.  These four activities are forms of
"dataveillance."  Dataveillance poses dangers to the security of civil
liberties in a free society.

     To carry on an intelligible discussion about privacy and how the
collection, aggregation, and dissemination of personal information by
governmental agencies may threaten individual privacy it is necessary
to first define privacy and personal information.  Independence,
autonomy, dignity, and respect create a conceptual framework upon
which privacy may be defined.

     Privacy is a culturally defined norm.  As such a discussion of
the American cultural tradition of privacy is necessary to understand
both how Americans have defined privacy over time and the roles
privacy has played in American society in 1) "starting over," 2) in
interpersonal relationships, and 3) in maintaining the "balance of
power" with the State.  Privacy is held to be as important as the
unalienable rights of "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" by
the majority of the American public.  Americans have become more and
more concerned with their privacy as intrusive technologies have
evolved.  Many Americans fear that computers allow the U.S. Government
too much power over the average citizen.
     Privacy has been protected in the United States by

precedents set in court cases, by legislation and by executive act.
The breadth of cases pertaining to privacy precludes the examination
of all cases.  Supreme Court cases provide a historical overview of
the evolution of the right to privacy as the questions presented to
the Court have become more complex with the introduction of new
technologies into the law enforcement process.

     Congress has attempted to address the public's concerns of the
government's collection, aggregation, and dissemination of personal
information by passing legislation designed to protect individual
privacy.  The four major pieces of legislation passed by Congress for
the protection of the citizen's right to privacy are the Freedom of
Information Act, the Privacy Act, the Computer Security Act of 1987,
and the Computer Matching and Privacy Protection Act of 1988.  The
Office of Management and Budget has produced regulations designed to
enforce the intent of the legislation promulgated by Congress.  These
regulations are contained in OMB Circular A-130 which details federal
information policy.

     This report concludes by suggesting the need for the
implementation of a Privacy Protection Board at the national level.
Such a board would be based on the model suggested by David Flaherty.

     The primary conclusion that should be drawn from this report is
that society as a whole must re-evaluate the existing paradigm of who
should be in control of personal information; i.e., should it be the
agency who collects it or should the power of control remain with the
individual about whom the information was collected.  This report
suggests that a certain modicum of control over the disclosure of
personal information should revert to the individual about whom the
information was collected.

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                        TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1. Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

     Description of Problem. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

     Governmental Activities of Interest . . . . . . . . . . . .2

     Reasons for Concern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

     Bringing the Concerns to a Personal Level . . . . . . . . .3

     Justification for Focusing on
     Governmental Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

     Recapitulation of Topic and
     Statement of Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5

     Explanation for the Ordering
     of the Presentation of Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5

     Ordering of Presentation of Materials . . . . . . . . . . .6

Chapter 2. Governmental Dataveillance. . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

     Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

     Defining Surveillance and Dataveillance . . . . . . . . . .7

     Forms of Governmental Dataveillance . . . . . . . . . . . .8

     Transition from Personal Surveillance
     to Mass Dataveillance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

     Dangers of Personal and Mass
     Dataveillance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Chapter 3. Privacy and Personal Information: The Relationship
Explored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

     Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

     Terms necessary for the definition
     of privacy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

     Definition of Personal Information. . . . . . . . . . . . 23

     Definition of Privacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

     Difficulties with Defining Privacy. . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Chapter 4. The Cultural Tradition of Privacy in American Society27

     Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

     Public Opinions on Privacy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

     Privacy's Role in "Starting Over" --
     A Cultural Basis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

     The Role of Privacy of Personal
     Information in Interpersonal
     Relationships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

     The State and the "Balance of
     Power". . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Chapter 5. A Brief Legal History of the Right to Privacy: A
Survey of Selected Supreme Court Cases . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

     Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

     Reasons for Choosing the Ten Cases. . . . . . . . . . . . 50

     Analysis of Cases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

          Mapp v. Ohio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

          Griswold v. State of
          Connecticut. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

          Katz v. United States. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

          Stanley v. State of
          Georgia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

          Eisenstadt v. Baird. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

          Roe v. Wade. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

          United States v. Miller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

          Whalen v. Roe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

          Bowers v. Hardwick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

          United States Department
          of Justice v. Reporters
          Committee for Freedom of
          the Press. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

     Summation of Cases and Problems with
     Judicial Activism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Chapter 6. Legislative and Executive Action to Protect the
Privacy of Personal Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

     Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

     The Freedom of Information Act. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

     The Privacy Act . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

     Criminal Justice Information Control
     and Protection of Privacy Act of 1974 . . . . . . . . . . 82

     The Computer Security Act of 1987 . . . . . . . . . . . . 83

     The Computer Matching and Privacy
     Protection Act of 1988. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85

     OMB Circular A-130. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

     Chapter Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91

Chapter 7. Conclusion and Suggestions for Additional Legislation93

     Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93

     Recapitulation of Major Themes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93

     Policy and Advancing Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98

     Government Responsibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99

     Suggestions for Additional Legislation. . . . . . . . . .101

     Conclusion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102 

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Last updated: 16-Sep-93 by John Labovitz <johnl@netcom.com>

This is a summary of electronically-accessible zines.  The format should
be fairly self-explanatory.  In most cases, descriptions are excerpted from
the masthead of the zine listed.


RECENT CHANGES TO THIS LIST

 * Expanded this intro
 * The Amateur Computerist: new zine (still need description)
 * Arm The Spirit: added gopher site
 * Armadillo Culture: added gopher site
 * Athene: new zine (although now defunct)
 * Blink: added gopher site
 * CORE: new zine
 * Cousins: new zine
 * CTHEORY: added FTP & gopher sites
 * Cyberspace Vanguard: added gopher site
 * DargonZine: new zine
 * Drum: added gopher site
 * FactSheetFive Electric: added gopher site
 * FSFNet: new zine
 * FUNHOUSE!: added FTP & gopher sites
 * Hi-Rez: updated FTP location
 * High Weirdness by Email: added gopher site
 * Holy Temple of Mass Consumption: new zine
 * inter\face: new zine
 * InterText: added FTP & gopher sites
 * LIMINAL: new zine
 * Obscure Electric: added gopher site
 * Parthenogenesis: new zine
 * Power to the People Mover: new zine
 * Practical Anarchy: added FTP & gopher sites
 * PURPS: new zine
 * Quanta: added FTP & gopher sites
 * Random Access Humor: new zine
 * SCRATCH: new zine
 * Scream Baby: updated editor's email address, added FTP, gopher, and BBS sites
 * Screams of Abel: new zine
 * TapRoot Reviews Electronic Edition: added gopher site
 * Taylorology: new zine
 * The Undiscovered Country: new zine
 * Unit Circle Magazine: new zine
 * Unplastic News: updated FTP site, added gopher site
 * Voices from the Net: fixed editor's email address, updated FTP site, added
 gopher
   site
 * We Magazine: new zine
 * Whole Earth Review: added note about availability of text
 * Xenocide: new zine


ADMINISTRIVIA

If you have any additions, deletions, or changes to this list, please email
them to johnl@netcom.com.

I will post this list (and/or changes to the list) to the Internet List
<Net_Info@gibbs.oit.unc.edu> mailing list and Usenet news groups
alt.zines, alt.etext, alt.internet.services, and rec.mag.  It can also be
obtained via anonymous FTP from netcom.com as "/pub/johnl/zines/e-zine-list",
and via email (either single issues or subscriptions) from
 e-zines-request@netcom.com.

If you publish an e-zine, or know someone who does, please send a copy to
me and I'll add the relevant info to this database.

Comments, suggestions, changes, deletions, etc., are welcomed and encouraged.


WHAT IS A "ZINE"?

For those of you not acquainted with the zine world, "zine" is short for
either "fanzine" or "magazine," depending on your point of view.  Zines are
generally produced by one person or a small group of people, done often for
fun or personal reasons, and tend to be irreverent, bizarre, and/or esoteric.
Zines are not "mainstream" publications -- they generally do not contain
advertisements (except, sometimes, advertisements for other zines), do not
have a large subscriber base, and are generally not produced to make a profit.


FORMATS

Most e-zines listed here are in standard ASCII text format, which you can read
on just about any computer or terminal, and print on any printer.  A few are
available in PostScript for printing on a laser printer (or viewing on-screen
if you have a PostScript interpreter in your window system).  A small number are
available in some system-specific format (i.e., Macintosh HyperCard).


HOW DO I GET THE E-ZINES?

I have listed the various methods of access for each particular
e-zine.  Briefly, I use the following:

  FTP -- File Transfer Protocol
    Only accessible if you are directly on the Internet, or know of an
    FTP-mail server (I don't).  The host/pathname is given in the form
    (host:path) that certain FTPs (like NCFTP) can use directly; otherwise,
    you'd probably type "ftp host" and then "cd path" or some such.  All
    FTP sites listed accept anonymous logins (use "ftp" as username and your
    email address as password).

  E-Mail -- Electronic Mail
    You can usually request current or back issues via this address.  Sometimes
    a site will run a mail server that automates some of this work.
 Instructions
    are listed, if applicable.

  Usenet -- Usenet News
    Only accessible if your site carries the specific Usenet group.

  Gopher
    Only accessible if your site is directly on the Internet.  Try typing
    "gopher".  If it works, you have a gopher client, and can usually type
    "gopher host".

  Postal
    Last resort, or point of contact for zines that have paper editions.

  Phone
    Why?  I dunno; because it was there.

  CompuServe
    You know, that out-dated system that charges ridiculous rates.

  Other
    BBSes and other on-line systems the zine resides on.

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The Amateur Computerist

  Editor(s): Ronda Hauben <ae547@yfn.ysu.edu> or <ronda@umcc.umich.edu>
             Michael Hauben <hauben@cunixf.cc.columbia.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: wuarchive.wustl.edu:/doc/misc/acn
     E-Mail: <au329@cleveland.freenet.edu> or <ae547@yfn.ysu.edu>
     Usenet: alt.amateur-comp
     Postal: R. Hauben, P.O. Box 4344, Dearborn, MI 48126, USA


Arm The Spirit
 "Arm The Spirit is a anti-imperialist/autonomist collective that
  disseminates information about liberation struggles in advanced capitalist
  countries and in the so-called 'Third World.'  Our focus is on armed
  struggle and other forms of militant resistance but we do not limit
  ourselves to this.  In Arm The Spirit you can find news on political
  prisoners in North America and Europe, information on the struggles of
  Indigenous peoples in the Americas, communiques from guerrilla groups,
  debate and discussion on armed struggle and much more. We also attempt
  to cover anti-colonial national liberation struggles in Kurdistan,
  Puerto Rico, Euskadi and elsewhere."

  Editor(s): Autonome Forum <aforum@moose.uvm.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Politics/Arm.the.Spirit
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     E-Mail: aforum@moose.uvm.edu, subject: "ATS: e-mail request"
     Postal: Arm The Spirit, c/o Wild Seed Press, POB 57584, Jackson Stn.,
               Hamilton, Ontario, L8P 4X3, Canada
             Arm The Spirit, c/o Autonome Forum, POB 1242,
               Burlington, VT 05402-1242, USA
      Phone: +1 416 527 2419 (FAX for Canadian group)


Armadillo Culture
 "Being the excremeditation of a hyperactive armadillo's activities,
  opinions, and other stuff..."

  Editor(s): Steve Okay <sokay@mitre.org>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Armadillo.Culture
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: Armadillo Culture, 2857 Foxmill Rd. Herndon, VA 22071, USA


ART COM
 "An online magazine forum dedicated to the interface of contemporary art
  and new communication technologies."

  Editor(s): Carl Eugene Loeffler <artcomtv@well.sf.ca.us>
     Format: ASCII text
     Usenet: alt.artcom
     Postal: ART COM, POB 193123 Rincon, San Francisco, CA 94119-3123, USA
      Phone: +1 415 431 7524 (voice), +1 415 431 7841 (fax)
      Other: Whole Earth 'Lectronic Link (WELL): ART COM Electronic Network
               (ACEN)


Athene
 "The online magazine of amateur creative writing."

  Editor(s): Jim McCabe <MCCABE@MTUS5.BITNET>
     Format: ASCII text
             PostScript
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Literary/Athene
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu

       NOTE: Athene has been renamed Intertext


BLINK
 "BLINK would like to be a forum for the issues surrounding the intersection
  of consciousness and technology.  This is our best defense against
  postmodern angst: To critically look at and anticipate the cultural and
  social changes spurred by the rapid development of technology."

  Editor(s): Justin Kerr <ratsbats@casbah.acns.nwu.edu>
             Joe Germuska (managing editor)
             Danny Dunlavy (chiphead)
             Jake Eldridge (assistant editor)
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: blink.acns.nwu.edu:/pub/blink
     Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us


Computer Underground Digest
 "An open forum dedicated to sharing information among computerists and
  to the presentation and debate of diverse views."

  Editor(s): Jim Thomas and Gordon Meyer <TK0JUT2@NIU.BITNET>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: ftp.eff.org:/pub/cud
             etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/CuD/cud
             halcyon.com:/pub/mirror/cud
             aql.gatech.edu;/pub/eff/cud
             ftp.ee.mu.oz.au:/pub/text/CuD (Australia)
             nic.funet.fi:pub/doc/cud (Finland)
             ftp.warwick.ac.uk:pub/cud (United Kingdom)
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
             gopher.cic.net
     Postal: Jim Thomas, Department of Sociology, NIU, DeKalb, IL 60115, USA
      Phone: +1 815 753 0303 (voice), +1 815 753 6302 (fax)
     Usenet: comp.society.cu-digest
 CompuServe: DL0 and DL4 of the IBMBBS SIG; DL1 of LAWSIG; DL1 of TELECOM
      Other: GEnie: PF*NPC RT libraries; VIRUS/SECURITY library
             America Online: PC Telecom forum under "computing newsletters"
             Delphi: General Discussion database of the Internet SIG
             PC-EXEC BBS (+1 414 789 4210)
             Rune Stone BBS (IIRG WHQ) (+1 203 832 8441) NUP:Conspiracy
             RIPCO BBS (+1 312 528 5020)
             via Fidonet File Request from 1:11/70
             ComNet in LUXEMBOURG BBS (+352 466893)
             Bits against the Empire BBS (+39 461 980493) (Italy)


CORE
 "CORE is an electronic journal of poetry, fiction, essays, and criticsm."

  Editor(s): <core-journal@eff.org>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: ftp.eff.org:/pub/journals
             etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Literary/CORE_Zine
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu


Cousins
 "A place for the Witches, pagans, nature spirits, fey-folk, and assorted
  elder kin of Sherwood to share ideas, challenges, dreams, and projects,
  and to stir up a little magic of our own."

  Editor(s): Susan Gavula <sjgavula@terminator.rs.itd.umich.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Religious/Cousins
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu


Crash
 "A guide to traveling through the underground.  Alternative travel
  stories, hints, and tips."

  Editor(s): John Labovitz <johnl@netcom.com>
             Miles Poindexter
             Nigel French
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: netcom.com:/pub/johnl/zines/crash
     Postal: Crash, 519 Castro #7, San Francisco, CA 94114, USA


CTHEORY -- Virtual Review of Books for Post-Modern Theory
 "CTHEORY is a new international, electronic review of books on theory,
  technology and culture. Reviews are posted monthly of key books in
  contemporary discourse as well as theorisations of major 'event-scenes' in
  the mediascape. Editors and contributors include: Kathy Acker, Jean
  Baudrillard, Bruce Sterling, Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, Deena and
  Michael Weinstein. CTHEORY will also offer the possibility of interactive
  discussions among its subscribers in the electronic theory
  'sim-posium/salon.'"

  Editor(s): Anastassia Khouri St-Pierre <ed22@musica.mcgill.ca>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Gopher: gopher.cic.net
             etext.archive.umich.edu
     E-Mail: LISTSERV@VM1.MCGILL.CA
               with text body: "SUBSCRIBE CTHEORY <full-name>"


Cyberspace Vanguard
 "News and Views of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Universe"

  Editor(s): TJ Goldstein <tlg4@po.cwru.edu>
             Sarah Alexander, Administrator <aa746@po.cwru.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Cyberspace.Vanguard
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     E-Mail: cn577@cleveland.freenet.edu
             Cyberspace Vanguard@1:157/564 (FidoNet)
             CVANGUARD (Delphi)
     Postal: Cyberspace Vanguard, POB 25704, Garfield Heights, OH 44125, USA


DargonZine -- The Magazine of the Dargon Project
 "DargonZine is an electronic magazine printing stories written for
  the Dargon Project, a shared-world anthology similar to (and inspired
  by) Robert Asprin's Thieves' World anthologies, created by  David
  "Orny" Liscomb in his now retired  magazine, FSFNet.  The Dargon
  Project centers around a medieval-style duchy called Dargon in the far
  reaches of the  Kingdom of Baranur on the world named Makdiar, and as
  such contains stories with a fantasy fiction/sword and sorcery flavor."

  Editor(s): Dafydd <White@DUVM.BITNET>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Sci_Fiction/DargonZine
             ftp.eff.org:
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu


Drum
 "Drum is not an isolated event but an ongoing process."

  Editor(s): R. Patrick Jones <dh644@cleveland.Freenet.Edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Drum
     Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
             etext.archive.umich.edu


Ego Project
 "This 'zine is a product of me and as such will contain anything I feel
  like putting in it.  Whatever I feel like putting in it shall include,
  but is not limited too, anything I feel applies to Gothdom in general.
  Album/single/tape reviews, book and movies reviews, etc. The Sisters of
  Mercy and the Mission are my main focuses, but since neither of them
  put out music on anything resembling a frequent basis I imagine other
  groups will be featured quite frequently."

  Editor(s): Corey Nelson <ieya@byron.u.washington.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
     Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
     Postal: Ego Project, 1717 Monroe #b, Bellingham, WA 98225, USA


Factsheet Five / Factsheet Five - Electric
 "FactSheet Five is the central clearinghouse of information about zines,
  those opinionated publications with press runs of 50 to 5000 (often done
  through surrepticious use of on-the-job supplies and xerox).  Mike
  Gunderloy of Rennsalaer, NY published 44 editions of F5.  Hudson Luce
  published issue #45.  Seth Friedman has published issue #46 onwards.
  I opened my big mouth (or, rather, let my fingers blab away) about doing
  an online, net-accessible version of FactSheet Five."

  Editor(s): Jerod Pore <jerod23@well.sf.ca.us> (electronic version)
             Seth Friedman (paper version)
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Factsheet.Five
       Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
       etext.archive.umich.edu
       WAIS: nigel.msen.com
       Postal: Seth Friedman, POB 170099, San Francisco, CA 94117-0099, USA
               (This is for the paper version *only*, especially subscriptions)
             Factsheet Five, 1800 Market St., San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
               (This is for *BOTH* the electronic and paper versions;
                or for items that can't be delivered to a PO box)
      Other: The WELL
             BBSes around the world


FSFNet
 "BITNET fantasy-science fiction fanzine."

  Editor(s): 'Orny' Liscomb <CSDAVE@MAINE.BITNET>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Sci_Fiction/FSFNet
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu


FUNHOUSE! -- The cyberzine of degenerate pop culture
 "Dedicated to whatever happens to be on my mind at the time I'm writing.
  The focus will tend to be on those aspects of our fun-filled world which
  aren't given the attention of the bland traditional media, or which have
  been woefully misinterpreted or misdiagnosed by the same.  FUNHOUSE! is
  basically a happy place, and thus the only real criteria I will try to
  meet is to refrain from rants, personal attacks, and flames -- and thus
  FUNHOUSE! is an apolitical place.  Offbeat films, music, literature, and
  experiences are largely covered, with the one stipulation that articles
  are attempted to be detailed and well documemnted, although this is no
  guarantee of completeness or correctness, so that the interested reader
  may further pursue something which may spark her interest."

  Editor(s): Jeff Dove <jeffdove@well.sf.ca.us>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: netcom.com:/pub/johnl/zines/funhouse
             etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Funhouse
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu


Hi-Rez
 "Electronic Journal for CyberBeatniks"

  Editor(s): Will Longman <stormy@well.sf.ca.us>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/CyberPunk/HI-REZ
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu


High Weirdness by Email
  random Internet information

  Editor(s): <mporter@nyx.cs.du.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
     Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
             etext.archive.umich.edu


Holy Temple of Mass Consumption
  "Articles, opinions, reviews, and artwork of a loosely-defined collection
   of cranks, weirdos, freaks, net.personalities, curmudgeons, and anyone
   else who turns us on at the time.  Commentary on nearly everything,
   with particular attention to societal decay in general and mass-media
   conspiracy programming in particular.  Or anything else we decide to
   write about, with strong ties to the finest SubGenius traditions."

   Editor(s): Wayne Aiken <slack@ncsu.edu>
      Format: ASCII text
         FTP: quartz.rutgers.edu:/pub/journals/HToMC
      Postal: HToMC, PO Box 30904, Raleigh, NC 27622-0904, USA
       Phone: +1 919 954 5956 (voice)
      Usenet: alt.slack, alt.discordia
       Other: StarFleet BBS (+1 919 954 5028)
              Hardcopy version available from PO Box address
              Free with SASE, otherwise $1, trade, or "neat stuff"


inter\face
 "inter\face is an offering."

  Editor(s): Benjamin Henry <BH4781@rachel.albany.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Interface
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu


International TeleTimes
 "International Teletimes is a general interest magazine. There are several
  recurring monthly columns but the rest of the content changes from month to
  month as new themes are chosen. The goal of Teletimes is to attract a large
  variety of writers from all over the world so that the readers will be
  exposed to a great variety of ideas and opinions."

  Editor(s): Ian Wojtowicz <ian@breez.wimsey.com>
     Format: Macintosh Doc-Maker application
        FTP: sumex-aim.stanford.edu:/info-mac/per/teletimes-*.hqx
     Postal: TeleTimes International, 3938 West 30th Ave.,
               Vancouver, BC V6S 1X3, Canada
      Other: OneNet (network of FirstClass BBSes)


InterText
 "InterText is a bi-monthly fiction magazine with over 1000 subscribers
  worldwide."

  Editor(s): Jason Snell <intertxt@network.ucsd.edu>
             Geoff Duncan <gaduncan@halcyon.com> (assistant editor)
     Format: ASCII text
             PostScript
        FTP: network.ucsd.edu:/intertext
             etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Literary/InterText
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
 CompuServe: Electronic Frontier Foundation's "Zines from the Net" section,
               accessible by typing "GO EFFSIG"
     Postal: InterText, 21645 Parrotts Ferry, Sonora, CA 95370, USA


LIMINAL -- Liminal Explorations
 "LIMINAL seeks to apply new inter and transdisciplinary methods, theories,
  ideas, concepts, and approaches to the study of cultural phenomena as well as
  the inventive application of existing approaches.  The term 'cultural
 phenomena'
  is taken to mean, but not limited to meaning: 1) an activity engaged in by
 humans
  as members of a social network, 2) the product(s) of such engagement(s),
  3) the motivators of such activities or engagements, 4) the functioning of
  such social networks themselves."

  Editor(s): <swilbur@andy.bgsu.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Liminal
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: The Liminal Group, Box 154, BGSU, Bowling Green, OH 43403, USA


Obscure Electronic
 "OBSCURE is the zine that profiles the people in this publishing subculture."

  Editor(s): James P Romenesko <obscure@csd4.csd.uwm.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Obscure.Electric
     Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
             etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: POB 1334, Milwaukee, WI 53201, USA


Parthenogenesis

  Editor(s): Dan Herrick <dherrick@nyx.cs.du.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Parthenogenesis
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: Parthenogenesis, 804 S. College Suite 8363, Ft. Collins, CO 80524,
 USA


People Power Update
  The newsletter of the bicycle advocacy group "People Power"

  Editor(s): Ron Goodman <goodman@cats.ucsc.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: netcom.com:/pub/johnl/zines/ppu
     Postal: People Power, 226 Jeter Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, USA
      Phone: +1 408 425 8851 (voice/fax)


Play by EMail
 "Electronic 'zine about free play-by-electronic-mail wargames.  Reviews,
  game openings, information."

  Editor(s): Greg Lindahl <gl8f@fermi.clas.Virginia.EDU>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: ftp.erg.sri.com:/pub/pbm/PBEM-Fanzine
     Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
     Usenet: rec.games.pbm


Power to the People Mover
 "POWER TO THE PEOPLE MOVER concerned with unusual and noteworthy behavior
  observed on mass transit systems, particularly the bus lines."

  Editor(s): <eric@wendy.ucsd.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/People.Mover
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: Cool It, P.O. Box 232741, Leucadia, CA 92023, USA


Practical Anarchy Online
 "An electronic zine concerning anarchy from a practical point of view, to
  help you put some anarchy in your everyday life. The anarchy scene is
  covered through reviews and reports from people in the living anarchy."

  Editor(s): Chuck Munson <cmunson@macc.wisc.edu>
               Bitnet: cmunson@wiscmacc.bitnet
                Mikael Cardell <cardell@lysator.liu.se>
               Fidonet: Mikael Cardell@2:205/223
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Politics/Spunk
        Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
             etext.archive.umich.edu
    Postal: Practical Anarchy, POB 173, Madison, WI 53701-0173, USA
             Practical Anarchy, c/o Mikael Cardell, Gustav Adolfsgatan 3,
               S-582 20 Linkoping, Sweden


PURPS

  Editor(s): Pope Jephe <jstevens@world.std.com>
             Doc Simpson <scott@plearn.bitnet>
     Format: ASCII text
     E-Mail: <HailOtis@socpsy.sci.fau.edu>
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Purps
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: IGHF, 955 Massachusetts Ave., Suite 209, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA


Quanta
 "Quanta is the electronically produced and distributed magazine of science
  fiction and fantasy.  As such, each issues is packed with fiction from
  amateur and professional authors from around the world and across the net."

  Editor(s): Daniel K. Appelquist <quanta@andrew.cmu.edu>
     Format: PostScript
             ASCII text
        FTP: export.acs.cmu.edu:/pub/quanta
             ftp.eff.org:/journals/Quanta
             lth.se:/documents/Quanta
             catless.newcastle.ac.uk:/pub/Quanta
             etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Sci_Fiction/Quanta
     Gopher: gopher-srv.acs.cmu.edu (in the Archives directory)
             etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: Quanta, 3003 Van Ness St. NW #S919, Washington, DC 20008, USA
 CompuServe: "Zines from  the Net" area of the EFF forum (accessed by typing GO
 EFFSIG)


Random Access Humor -- The Electronic Humor Magazine
 "A rag-tag collection of fugitive humor, some of which
  is vaguely related to the BBS/Online System world."

  Editor(s): Dave Bealer <dbealer@clark.net>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Humor/RAH
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Humor/RAH
     Postal: Random Access Humor, c/o Dave Bealer, P.O. Box 595,
                Pasadena, MD 21122, USA
      Other: The Puffin's Nest BBS (FidoNet: 1:261/1129, +1 410 437-3463,
               1200-14400/V.32bis)


SCRATCH
 "One of the things that kept me from doing something sooner was the idea that
  you sort of had to have a focus to do a proper zine. I got over it. I found
  a new desire and enjoyment in rambling about whatever seems appropriate at
  the time. So here we are."

  Editor(s): James Barnett <spingo@Panix.Com>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Scratch
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: J. Barnett, 28 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10805, USA


Scream Baby
 "What do I want?  Besides world peace, a sexy Mexican maid, and someone to
  use their fucking brains around here, I want a really good
  all-encompassing-sub-culture zine.  Music, literature, art, television,
  film, weird space-time kinks, events, information, news, humor, interviews,
  and re:views of 'Stuff I Think Is Cool.'  Not all at once, of course.
  Each issue of Scream Baby will come out whenever I can scrape together
  25-30 kilobytes of really good stuff."

  Editor(s): Blade X <bladex@wixer.bga.com>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/CyberPunk/ScreamBaby
             ftp.eff.org:/pub/journals/ScreamBaby
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: Cyberlicious <tm>, POB 4510, Austin, TX 78765, USA
      Other: WWIV: 46@5285
             Tejas BBS (+1 512 467-0663) (16.8 HST modem)


Screams of Abel
 "SOAE is published weekly giving you the latest in brutal music, from heavy
  gothic metal to grindcore to hardcore and even some... ick.. pop metal.
  But that won't be much, I assure you.. :-)."

  Editor(s): Phil Powell <Phil.Powell@launchpad.unc.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Screams.of.Abel
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Usenet: alt.zines
      Other: FIDONET: CCM Conference
             WWIVNET: CCM conference from node @7313


TapRoot Reviews Electronic Edition
 "Short reviews of micropress poetry, experimental literature and art --
  100+ reviews per issue."
  Editor(s): Luigi-Bob Drake <au462@cleveland.freenet.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Taproot
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: Burning Press, PO Box 585, Lakewood, OH 44107, USA


Taylorology
 "TAYLOROLOGY is a newsletter focusing on the life and death of William Desmond
  Taylor, a top film Paramount film director in early Hollywood who was shot to
  death on February 1, 1922. His unsolved murder was one of Hollywood's major
  scandals.  This newsletter will deal with: (a) The facts of Taylor's life;
  (b) The facts and rumors of Taylor's murder; (c) The impact of the Taylor
  murder on Hollywood and the nation. Primary emphasis will be given toward
  reprinting, referencing and analyzing source material, and sifting it for
  accuracy."

  Editor(s): Bruce Long <bruce@asu.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
     FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Taylorology
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu


The Undiscovered Country
 "the undiscovered country is a netzine put out by myself and my coeditor, l.b.
  noire.  it is the latest flatulence from our brains regarding
  life/art/literature/cyberspace/philosophy/etc.  it's a large enchiladaesque
  bunch of stuff."

  Editor(s): s.r. prozak & l.b. noire <cblanc@pomona.claremont.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
     FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Literary/The_Undiscovered_Country
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu


Unit Circle Magazine
  "An eclectic quarterly magazine of art, poetry, prose, music and politics."
  Editor(s): Kevin Goldsmith <kmg@sgi.com>
  Format: Postscript
   FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/UnitCircle
    sgi.com:/pub/UnitCircle*
   Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
    Postal: Unit Circle, PO Box 640 885, San Francisco, CA 94164, USA


Unplastic News
 "the odd e-mail magazine w/a fever"
  Editor(s): <tibbetts@hsi.hsi.com>
  Format: ASCII text
  FTP: ftp.eff.org:/pub/cud/misc/journals
  etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Unplastic_News
  quartz.rutgers.edu:pub/journals
  Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
  etext.archive.umich.edu


Voices from the Net
 "There are a lot of folks with at least one foot in this complex region we
  call (much too simply) "the net." There are a lot of voices on these wires.
  From IRC to listservs, MUDspace to e-mail, Usenet group to commercial bbs
  -- all kinds of voices -- loud and quiet, anonymous and well-known. And yet,
  it's far from clear what it might mean to be a "voice" from, or on, the
  net. Enter "Voices from the Net": one attempt to sample, explore, the
  possibilities (or perils) of net.voices. Worrying away at the question.
  Running down the meme. Looking/listening, and reporting back to you."

  Editor(s): Bookish <swilbur@andy.bgsu.edu>
             CountZer0 <mgardbe@andy.bgsu.edu>
             NEURO <fbohann@andy.bgsu.edu>
     Format: Macintosh HyperCard stack
             ASCII text
        FTP: aql.gatech.edu:/pub/Zines/Voices_from_the_Net
             etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Voices (ASCII text only)
             wiretap.spies.com:/Library/Zines (ASCII text only)
             sumex-aim.stanford.edu:/info-mac/recent (HyperCard stack only)
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     E-Mail: Voices-request@andy.bgsu.edu
               to subscribe:
                 subject: Voices from the Net
                 body: subscribe


We Magazine
 poetry
  Editor(s): Stephen Cope, James Garrison, Angela Coon, Eric Curkendall,
             Jay Curkendall, Roddy Potter, Chris Funkhouser, Belle Gironda,
             Ben Henry, Katie Yates <cf2785@albnyvms.bitnet>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Literary/We_Magazine
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: We Press, Postoffice Box 1503 Santa Cruz, CA 95061, USA


Whole Earth Review
 "We are dedicated to demystification, to self-teaching, and to
  encouraging people to think for themselves.  Thus our motto: 'ACCESS TO
  TOOLS AND IDEAS.'  Tools in the Whole Earth sense include hammers, books,
  and computer conferencing systems.  Our readers are a community of
  tool-users who share information with one another.  The ideas we make
  accessible have not often been found in university courses, but are
  becoming recognized as part of what you need to know to be truly educated.
  Our readers contribute to the editorial content as well, with both reviews
  and articles."

  Editor(s): <wer@well.sf.ca.us>
     Format: ASCII text
      Macintosh PageMaker 4.2 files
     Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
     Postal: Whole Earth Review, 27 Gate Five Road, Sausalito, CA 94965, USA
      Phone: +1 415 332 1716 (voice), +1 415 332 3110 (fax)
      NOTE: e-text of WER is currently available *only* via gopher; do not
             e-mail requests for issues


Xenocide  music

  Editor(s): Jon Konrath <jkonrath@indiana.edu>
     Format: ASCII text
        FTP: etext.archive.umich.edu:/pub/Zines/Music/Xenocide
     Gopher: etext.archive.umich.edu
     Postal: Xenocide, c/o Jon Konrath, 414 S. Mitchell Suite 13,
               Bloomington, IN 47401, USA

Sites archiving e-zines with FTP:

  ftp.eff.org
  etext.archive.umich.edu
  ftp.cic.net
  quartz.rutgers.edu
  ftp.msen.com
  ftp.halcyon.com
  world.std.com
  netcom.com:/pub/johnl/zines
  nigel.msen.com:/pub/newsletters
  grind.isca.uiowa.edu:/info/journals
  nic.cic.net:pub/nircomm/gopher/e-serials

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  gopher.eff.org
  etext.archive.umich.edu (mirrors all FTPable files)
  gopher.cic.net
  gopher.msen.com
  gopher.well.sf.ca.us
  world.std.com
  gopher.unt.edu


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              Computerized Governmental Database Systems
              Containing Personal Information   And   The Right to Privacy  
               by  Lewis William Oleinick, M.P.Af.
               The University of Texas at Austin, 1993
               SUPERVISORS: Chandler Stolp and Philip Doty

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