What should the technology policy priorities of the next administration be?
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- Presidential Technology Policy: Priorities for the Next Executive
- The 21st Century Panopticon?
- The National Security State and the Next Adminstration
- A Short History of Privacy
- Constitutional Law in Cyberspace
- e-Deceptive Campaign Practices: Elections 2.0
- Maintaining Privacy While Accessing On-line Information
- Activism and Education Using Social Networks
- Breaking the Silence: Iranians Find a Voice on the Internet
- Charismatic Content: Wikis, Social Networks, and the Future of User-Generated Content
- Filtering Out Copyright Infringement: Possibilities, Practicalities, and Legalities
- Filtering and Censorship in Europe
- Hate Speech and Oppression in Cyberspace
- Interoperability at the Crossroads?: The "Liberal Order" versus Fragmentation
- Law, Regulation, and Software Licensing for the Electronic Medical Record
- Measuring Global Threats to Internet Freedom
- Network Neutrality: Beyond the Slogans
- New Challenges for Spyware Policy
- Patents: The Bleeding Edge of Technology Policy
- Privacy, Reputation, and the Management of Online Communities
- Rights & Responsibilities for Software Programs?
- States as Incubators of Change
- "The Transparent Society:" Ten Years Later
- Towards Trustworthy e-Voting: An Open Source Approach?