2005 Internet Privacy Survey

NC State prof and former CRA Digital Government Fellow Annie Antón sends word that The Privacy Place is conducting its 2005 survey of online privacy policies and user values. The Privacy Place is an inter-disciplinary team of researchers at North Carolina State University’s Computer Science and Business Management departments as well as the Georgia Tech College of Computing, the Purdue University Computer Science Department and the University of Lugano Communication Sciences department — all committed to disseminating information and creating tools and techniques that help IT professionals and policy makers bring privacy policies and system requirements into better alignment.
They hope to get a few thousand respondents to their survey, so Annie’s asked for some help getting the word out. I just took the survey and it only took me a few minutes (and I’m pretty dense). Here’s Annie’s request with all the details:

ThePrivacyPlace.Org 2005 Privacy Survey is Underway!
Researchers at ThePrivacyPlace.Org are conducting an online survey about privacy policies and user values. The survey is supported by an NSF ITR grant (National Science Foundation Information Technology Research) and will help us establish with our investigations of privacy policy expression and user comprehension thereof.
The URL is: http://survey.theprivacyplace.org/
We need to attract several thousand respondents, and would be most appreciative if you would consider helping us get the word out about the survey which takes about 5 to 10 minutes to complete. The results will be made available in 2006 via our project website.
Prizes include
$50 Amazon.com gift certificates
IBM sponsored giveaways!

On behalf of the research staff at ThePrivacyPlace.Org, thank you!
Annie Antón