A variety of computer related issues from stopping the Motion Picture Association's fight for tougher copyrights to on-line tutorials for web page codes. Many links to other sites.
Part of the Institute for Design and Technology Assessment Program headquartered in Austria. This particular organization focuses on the social impact of the Internet in Malaysia and Vietnam. Has links to news articles about other developing areas.
News updates from around the world concerning information technology, privacy and security. Articles deal with DNA databases, web monitoring, employee privacy. Links to other resources concerned with personal privacy and security on the Internet. Can subscribe to mailing list.
The mission of W.H.O.A. is to educate the Internet community about online harassment, empower victims of harassment, and formulate voluntary policies that systems can adopt in order to create harassment-free environments.
In-depth narrative explains what exactly the FBI's Carnivore is, where it came from, how it works, and what its purpose is, with many related links.
On site information and links to electronic privacy resources from Cornell University's Computer Policy and Law Program.
Homepage link to information about privacy, spam, and issues concerning data quality.
Text of 1998 House Report 105-775 from EPIC.
Pop-up windows have earned the scorn of readers, who say they find the ads' multiplying images annoying. iVillage, a network of Web sites for women, says it is heeding its readers' complaints and plans to eliminate most pop-up advertising by Sept. 30, 2002 on all its sites.
Cincinnati, Ohio has put public documents online at courtclerk.org, and this has had a divisive impact on the community. [Requires free NYTimes.com registration to view.]