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Below appear the reference sources used in the development of this course. You should find many of them helpful when conducting criminal or investigative research. They also appear in the course bibliography.

Compilation of State and Federal Privacy Laws: 2002 with 2003 supplement. (The 1997 paperback edition is available for purchase at Amazon. The cited edition is available as a commercial electronic book download in PDF from eBookAd.)

The Drivers Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) and the Privacy of Your State Motor Vehicle Record, Electronic Privacy Information Center, revised 30 September 2002.

The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Privacy of Your Credit Report, Electronic Privacy Information Center, revised 16 April 2004.

Fair Credit Reporting Act Links, Federal Trade Commission, revised 20 May 2004. (Tracks legislative and regulatory changes as well as regulatory actions.)

Fair Credit Reporting Act: Staff Opinion Letters (1997-2001), Federal Trade Commission. (The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) no longer issues interpretations of this law.)

How To Comply with the Privacy of Consumer Information Financial Rule of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Federal Trade Commission, July 2002.

Pretexting: Your Personal Information Revealed, Federal Trade Commission, January 2001.

Public Records Online, 5th edition, BRB Publications, Inc., 2004. (Available for purchase.)

Public Records Sourcebook, 5th edition, BRB Publications, Inc., 2003. (Available for purchase.)

Tapping Officials' Secrets, 4th edition, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, 2001.

Using Consumer Reports: What Employers Need to Know, Federal Trade Commission, March 1999.



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