Nick Doty

UC Berkeley, School of Information

December 18, 2020

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This is the list of cited references of a published dissertation: Enacting Privacy in Internet Standards. While each standalone chapter or subchapter has the references at the end, this document contains all the references from the complete dissertation.


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