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Robert N. Barger, Notre Dame U.)
Computer Ethics Cases (Robert N. Barger, Notre Dame U.)
Robert Barger (Notre Dame) Computer Ethics (course)
Society, Religion, and Technology Project (objectives: "to foster an informed understanding in society of the issues which confront it as a result of current and future technologies, and to inform the churches of key developments To provide opportunities for technologists to reflect on the ethical implications of their work;To respond with considered judgement to Government bodies on technological issues; To contribute actively to European and international debates on these issues.") (Church of Scotland)
Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility (metapage of computing-ethics resources) (School of Computing Sciences, De Montfort U., UK)
Homepage of Centre for Computing & Social Responsibility 
Simon Rogerson (De Montfort U., UK), "But IS IT Ethical?" 
Simon Rogerson & Terrell Ward Bynum, "Cyberspace: the Ethical Frontier" (originally published in Times Higher Education Supplement
Computer & Information Ethics Resources on WWW (Centre for Applied Ethics, U. British Columbia)
Fergus Duniho (U. Rochester), Computer Ethics (course)
Envisioning a Global Information Infrastructure: Project on The Ethical, Legal and Technological Aspects of Computer Network Use and Abuse (Directorate for Science and Policy Programs / American Association for the Advancement of Science)
ETHICOMP98: Fourth International Conference on Ethical Issues of Information Technology (March 25-27, 1998, Erasmus U., The Netherlands)
Bonnie Kaplan and Nick Bostrom (Yale U.) The Ethics and Policy of New Technologies (course)
International Center for Information Ethics ("an academic website on information ethics. It is a platform for exchanging information about worldwide teaching and research in our field") (Stuttgart U., Germany)
Chris McDonald (U. British Columbia), "The Ethics of Web Site Engineering" 
Netfuture: Technology and Human Responsibility (weekly newsletter that submits the net to ethical, social, political critique) (Steve Talbott)
Diana Oblinger "Computer and Network Security and Higher Education's Core Values" (2003) 
Wendy Robinson (Duke U.) Ethics and the Internet: Pervasive Computing in the Digital Age (course)
Simon Rogerson and Terrell Ward Bynum, "Information Ethics: The Second Generation" (1996) ("there is increasing evidence that computer professionals do not recognise when and where ethical issues present themselves") (Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility, De Montfort U., UK)
Science and Engineering Ethics ("A multi-disciplinary quarterly journal, launched in 1995, exploring ethical issues confronting scientists and engineers": includes refereed papers and reviews; editorials, comments, letters; educational resources; book and conference reports;
Berkeley Technology Law Journal  
Berkman Center for Internet and Society (Harvard Law)
J. Dianne Brinson and Mark F. Radcliffe "Multimedia Law Handbook: A Practical Guide for Developers and Publishers" (1996) 
Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP (NY, LA, and Hartford based law firm with emphasis on high-technology and new-media law [as well as other areas]; page includes writings and links on the issues)
The Center for Democracy and Technology ("a non-profit public interest organization based in Washington DC. The Center's mission is to develop and advocate public policies that advance constitutional civil liberties and democratic values in new computer and communications technologies")
CIS- Stanford Center for Internet and Society 
Copyright and Intellectual Property Issues
Berkeley Intellectual Property Weblog 
Copyfight: The Politics of IP ("we'll explore the nexus of legal rulings, Capitol Hill policy-making, technical standards development and technological innovation that creates--and will recreate--the networked world as we know it. Among the topics we'll touch on: intellectual property conflicts, technical architecture and innovation, the evolution of copyright, private vs. public interests in Net policy-making, lobbying and the law, and more")
Derek Slater (Harvard) A Copyfighter's Musings ("his blog is primarily a place to discuss current copyright/internet law issues. This blog will mostly focus on questions I have about the future of copyright with respect to the Internet and digital media. My posts will point towards one question: "what is the best possible policy for copyright in the digital age?"
Copyright and Intellectual Property Rights (links to resources; emphasis on libraries) (Berekeley Digital Library)
Creative Commons ("Creative Commons is a non-profit that offers an alternative to full copyright")
Cory Doctorow "Digital Rights Management" (2004) (talk presented to Microsoft on the futility of DRM) (link to text, annotated version of text, audio versions, and translations)
Intellectual Property Online: Patents, Trademarks, and Copyright (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
Lawrence Lessig (Stanford Law) [Show]
Ernest Miller (Yale Law) "The Importance Of . . ." ("research and writing on cyberlaw, intellectual property, and First Amendment issues")
Kevin J. Heller Tech Law Advisor ("an Internet and Intellectual Property Law weblog")
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 
U.S. Copyright Office 
Cybercensorship [Show]
Educom Legal & Policy Index (articles on legal issues relating to information technology, including privacy and copyright law) (Educom Review)
EFF - The Electronic Frontier Foundation ("Based in San Francisco, EFF is a donor-supported membership organization working to protect our fundamental rights regardless of technology; to educate the press, policymakers and the general public about civil liberties issues related to technology; and to act as a defender of those liberties. Among our various activities, EFF opposes misguided legislation, initiates and defends court cases preserving individuals' rights, launches global public campaigns, introduces leading edge proposals and papers, hosts frequent educational events, engages the press regularly, and publishes a comprehensive archive of digital civil liberties information at one of the most linked-to websites in the world")
E-Law Page (articles from the "Technology Law" column in the Chicago Daily Law Bullein and other technology law resources) (David Loundy)
Envisioning a Global Information Infrastructure: Project on The Ethical, Legal and Technological Aspects of Computer Network Use and Abuse (Directorate for Science and Policy Programs / American Association for the Advancement of Science)
Fred Greguras & Sandy J. Wong, "Multimedia Content and the Super Highway: Rapid Acceleration or Foot on the Brake?" (2004) 
Bernard J. Hibbitts (U. Pittsburgh School of Law), "Last Writes?: Re-assessing the Law Review in the Age of Cyberspace" 
Marjorie W. Hodges And Steven L. Worona
"The First Amendment in Cyberspace" (1997) (Cause/Effect:A practitioner's journal about managing and using information resources on college and university campuses)
"Legal Underpinnings for Creating Campus Computer Policy" (1996) (Cause/Effect)
The Information Law Web ("A Collection of People, Places and Things That Can Help You Understand Your Rights in the Emerging Information Age")
Journal of Online Law ("an electronic publication of scholarly essays about law and online communications--law and cyberspace") (William & Mary C.)
Law Meme ("a law and technology weblog affiliated with Yale Law School and was founded in 2001. Our links and articles focus on the mutual influence of technological development and legal doctrine. LawMeme is staffed by Yale students, but we welcome submissions from all readers")
"Legal, Privacy, and Security Issues in Electronic Commerce" (links to articles, organizations, and resources) (U. New Brunswick)
Lawrence Lessig (Stanford Law)
Lawrence Lessig homepage 
Lawrence Lessig "Code is Law: On Liberty in Cyberspace" (2000) 
Lawrence Lessig (Stanford Law) "The Laws of Cyberspace" (1998) 
Lawrence Lessig blog 
Lawrence Lessig (Stanford Law) Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lockdown Culture and Control Creativity (2004) (resources related to the book and link to full text of the book)
David Loundy, "E-Law 4.0: Computer Information Systems Law & System Operator Liability" (1998) (essay)
Declan McCullagh Politech ("the oldest Internet resource devoted to politics and technology. Launched in 1994, the Politech mailing list has chronicled the growing intersection of law, culture, technology, and politics. Since 2000, so has the Politech web site")
Richmond Journal of Law & Technology ("the first exclusively online law journal")
Stanford Law, Science, and Technology Program 
UCLA Online Institute for Cyberspace Law and Policy
Homepage (a regularly updated site enabling the online community to contemplate these issues carefully) (Stuart Biegel, UCLA)
Cyberspace Law Bibliography ("With the growth and development of Cyberspace Law as a separate discipline, a dynamic new body of scholarship has emerged. The Online Institute's Cyberspace Law Bibliography -- updated regularly since 1995 -- provides an overview of recent books an
WWW Multimedia Law (Sandy Jane Wong)
John Nockleby (Loyola Law School) CyberPrivacy (2003) (course) (Berkman Center for Internet & Society; Harvard Law)
EPIC- Electronic Privacy Information Center 
Gender and Electronic Privacy (Electronic Privacy Information Center)
The Great Big Privacy Page (large page of Internet privacy, anonymity, and security resources and info) (Steve Harris)
HotWired and Wired Privacy Archive (HotWired Ventures)
"Legal, Privacy, and Security Issues in Electronic Commerce" (links to articles, organizations, and resources) (U. New Brunswick)
The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (San Diego, California) (organization that guards against erosion of privacy in a technological age; includes resources on privacy issues) (ManyMedia)
RFID- Radio Frequency ID Tag Issues (EPIC)
RFID Privacy Workshow (2003) (Mass. Institutue of Technology)
Seth Schoen (EFF) "Trusted Computing: Promise and Risk" (2003) 
"Trust and Privacy Online: Why Americans Want to Rewrite the Rules" (2000) (Pew Internet and American Life Project)
USA Patriot Act and Privacy Issues 

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