"While secrecy and integrity policies are most often crafted for protection of corporate (e.g., commercial, educational and government) information, we understand privacy policies to be targeted toward the protection of information for and about individuals. The purpose of this panel is to focus on how new technologies are affecting privacy. [...] Despite the historical lack of support for privacy research on the part of government, military and industry, it is encouraging to see recent developments in theory, techniques and products to support the 'Privacy' part of 'Security & Privacy' (e.g., see 'proponent' panelists, below). However, it seems clear that the science of privacy is in its infancy, and there are more questions on the table than answers."
Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC): http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/