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Tuesday
Oct 18th, 2011
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Meeting Room 202A
Eastern Time
The laws and regulations that govern college technology use are complex and ever-changing. This presentation will explain, in language that is accessible to nonlawyers, some of the salient legal and policy issues affecting higher education technology professionals and, through discussion of emerging laws, regulations, and policies, provide technology professionals with the tools necessary to formulate and update campus policies. This session will discuss cloud computing using the example of e-mail outsourcing contracts. We will update attendees on the current state of federal law and regulation governing peer-to-peer file sharing and other digital copyright issues. Additionally, we will discuss digital defamation issues arising from Internet bulletin boards and the current status of in loco parentis, the latest regulations and case law governing e-discovery and records management, questions on social media policies, and recent export controls issues that affect college campuses. The presentation will include case studies and attendee discussions.
Speakers

Comments

International changes in HigherEd: Need to learn about export controls and H1B VISAs. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Do you know who your Export Control Officer is on campus? #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Cyberbulling is not an IT issue. Should be treated just like bullying. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Should EDU block sites? No control over sites. Students can still get there on other nets/mobile devices. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

When culture changes: so does content, users self-police, treat digital places like physical. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Mission: Educate users to "Do the right thing." on the social internet. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Standardizing "branding" of college on social media IS a policy issue. (what is purpose, who speaks, what standards) #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

http://t.co/aTukL9lz SUNY's Social Media Policy. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RT @compuwatcher: Standardizing "branding" of college on social media IS a policy issue. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11 (via @twazzup)

http://t.co/gkiZByFP SUNY's Social Media Policy. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: http://t.co/gkiZByFP SUNY's Social Media Policy. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

IRS used to count work cellphones as "perk" and required income tax. This has now changed it this year. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Creating delineation of work and personal on devices can simplify things if issues come up later. (ie. 2 mobile devices). #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Why give large mailboxes if you want people to keep retention schedule. Large space = keep everything. #NewThinking #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Good idea: sit with legal counsel to pre-plan e-discovery stuff. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11 RT @CompuWatcher

Social media world in 2011 http://t.co/TUeLjtbn #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Social Media def at CUNY: Internet or Mobile digital tools & systems used to share and/or receive info and conversation. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Soc Media Policy: Look to current pol. Treat just like physical. Don't make policy to services. Make policy to behaviors. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: Soc Media Policy: Treat just like physical. Don't make policy to services. Make policy to behaviors. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

EDUs are not vicariously liable for your students behavior online. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Good idea: sit with legal counsel to pre-plan e-discovery stuff. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Predicting litigation holds almost seem like each EDU needs a crystal ball or clairvoyant lawyer. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RM schedules are minimum ages. Doesn't mean MUST destroy ages unless determined by specific policy/regulation/statute. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

90% of emails are not records that need to be retained. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: 90% of emails are not records that need to be retained. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Getting ready for Educause in Philly. First session: Legal Issues in Higher Ed. #EDU11 #E11_SEM01F

First up in #E11_SEM01F, Legal Issues with Records. #EDU11

Records management (RM) policy should cover lifespan and destruction of records. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11


Comments

International changes in HigherEd: Need to learn about export controls and H1B VISAs. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Do you know who your Export Control Officer is on campus? #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Cyberbulling is not an IT issue. Should be treated just like bullying. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Should EDU block sites? No control over sites. Students can still get there on other nets/mobile devices. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

When culture changes: so does content, users self-police, treat digital places like physical. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Mission: Educate users to "Do the right thing." on the social internet. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Standardizing "branding" of college on social media IS a policy issue. (what is purpose, who speaks, what standards) #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

http://t.co/aTukL9lz SUNY's Social Media Policy. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RT @compuwatcher: Standardizing "branding" of college on social media IS a policy issue. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11 (via @twazzup)

http://t.co/gkiZByFP SUNY's Social Media Policy. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: http://t.co/gkiZByFP SUNY's Social Media Policy. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

IRS used to count work cellphones as "perk" and required income tax. This has now changed it this year. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Creating delineation of work and personal on devices can simplify things if issues come up later. (ie. 2 mobile devices). #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Why give large mailboxes if you want people to keep retention schedule. Large space = keep everything. #NewThinking #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Good idea: sit with legal counsel to pre-plan e-discovery stuff. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11 RT @CompuWatcher

Social media world in 2011 http://t.co/TUeLjtbn #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Social Media def at CUNY: Internet or Mobile digital tools & systems used to share and/or receive info and conversation. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Soc Media Policy: Look to current pol. Treat just like physical. Don't make policy to services. Make policy to behaviors. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: Soc Media Policy: Treat just like physical. Don't make policy to services. Make policy to behaviors. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

EDUs are not vicariously liable for your students behavior online. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Good idea: sit with legal counsel to pre-plan e-discovery stuff. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Predicting litigation holds almost seem like each EDU needs a crystal ball or clairvoyant lawyer. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RM schedules are minimum ages. Doesn't mean MUST destroy ages unless determined by specific policy/regulation/statute. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

90% of emails are not records that need to be retained. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: 90% of emails are not records that need to be retained. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11

Getting ready for Educause in Philly. First session: Legal Issues in Higher Ed. #EDU11 #E11_SEM01F

First up in #E11_SEM01F, Legal Issues with Records. #EDU11

Records management (RM) policy should cover lifespan and destruction of records. #E11_SEM01F #EDU11