There have been a number of recent developments in architectures for privacy management. These architectures may be applied to the development of e-services. This chapter describes some driving forces and approaches for the development and deployment of a privacy architecture for e-services and reviews several architectures that have been proposed or developed for managing privacy. The chapter offers the reader a quick tour of ideas and building blocks for creating privacy-protection enabled e-services and describes several privacy information flow scenarios that can be applied in assessing any e-service privacy architecture. The chapter concludes with a summary of the work covered and a discussion of some outstanding issues in the application of privacy architectures to e-services.