Oct
26
2008

Peter Hart

Residents of Lake County, Ohio (Cleveland, Ohio)
Oct
2
2008

Peter Hart

Blue-Collar and Lower-End White-Collar Workers (St. Louis, Missouri)
Sep
17
2008

Peter Hart

Cross-Section of Voters (Bedford, New Hampshire)
Aug
25
2008

Peter Hart

Cross-Section of Latino Voters (Denver, Colorado)
Jun
24
2008

Peter Hart

Likely Voters Who Backed a Candidate Who Did Not Get the Nomination (York, Pennsylvania)
May
12
2008

Peter Hart

Undecided, Independent, General Election Voters (Charlottesville, Virginia)
Dec
4
2007

Peter Hart

Democratic Primary Voters (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Nov
1
2007

Peter Hart

Republican Primary Voters (Richmond, Virginia)
May
21
2007

Peter Hart

Cross-Section of Voters (Towson, Maryland)

Privacy Guarantees Are “Open to Question,” Turow Tells the FTC

“Most e-commerce sites today have privacy policies, but whether these policies provide privacy protection remains an open question.” That was the message delivered to the Federal Trade Commission in Washington Tuesday by Joseph Turow, director of the Information and Society Program at the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC). “Privacy,” like the term “free,” has lost