Information privacy is an individual�s claim to control the terms under which personal information is acquired, disclosed, and used. This seminar will examine how the Global Information Infrastructure�or cyberspace�threatens our privacy. The seminar has two objectives. Broadly, it seeks to provide literacy in the basic technological, legal, and policy discourse surrounding the much hyped cyberspace. More specifically, it seeks to analyze the future of privacy in the Information Age by examining the privacy of communications, cryptography, privacy of transactional data, anonymity, tensions with the First Amendment and market efficiency, and the international exchange of personal information. Reading will include cases, statutes, commentary, and policy documents that span relevant philosophical, sociological, doctrinal, and policy issues.