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ANITA L. ALLEN (CASTELLITTO) Professor of Law and Philosophy presented “Minor Distractions: Protecting Children from E-Commerce” at the University of Houston Law Review Symposium on “E-Commerce and Privacy” in June. In March, she spoke on the ethical dimensions of biotechnology at “Innovations,” a Talk Magazine/Miramax/PaineWebber conference in Santa Barbara, California. She addressed the topic of “Open Adoption” at the 2001 Meeting of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and Humanities. Professor Allen was also the featured speaker at the AALS Section on Privacy and Defamation meeting “Perspectives on Coercing Privacy,” and delivered the keynote address at the Third Annual Alaine Locke Conference sponsored by the Howard University Philosophy Department in Washington, D.C. She presented “Origins and Sources of Privacy Law” for the Practicing Law Institute’s conference on “Strategies for Compliance in a High Tech and Changing Regulatory Environment” in New York. Professor Allen spoke on “Internet Privacy” for a Symposium on E-commerce at Widener Law School; “Privacy and Accountability” for a Legal Theory Workshop at the University of Michigan Law School; “Is Privacy Still Possible” at New School University in New York; and spoke at Georgetown University’s Law Journal Symposium on “The Unwanted Gaze.” She spoke on “Public Intervention, Private Life: The Changing Role of the State” for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and Penn Law School’s Family Law 2000 Symposium. Earlier in 2000, Professor Allen served as a panelist on “Women, Privacy and Cyberspace” for a Symposium on “Cyberspace and Privacy: A New Legal Paradigm” at Stanford University Law School; on “Adoption and Mental Health” and “Obligations for Birth Parents” at a University of Massachusetts Symposium on “The Ethics of Adoption;” and gave the address “Why Journalists Can’t Respect Privacy” at the conference “Privacy in the System of Free Expression” at the Northwestern University Center for the Advanced Study of Free Expression.
Minor Distractions, Houston Law Review (Forthcoming 2001)

Privacy and Law (in volume of conference papers), ed. Beate Roessler (Stanford University Press, Forthcoming 2001)

The Wanted Gaze, Georgetown Law Review (2001)

The Ethics of Interracial Marriage, in Women of Color Do Philosophy, ed. Naomi Zack (Routledge, 2000)

Gender and Privacy in Cyberspace, 52 Stanford Law Review 1157 (2000)

Privacy-as-Data Control: Conceptual, Practical, and Moral Limits of Paradigm, Connecticut Law Review (2000)

The Public Right to Know, in The Encyclopedia of Ethical Issues in Politics and the Media, ed. Ruth Chadwick (Academic Press, 2000)

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