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Archiving and Preserving the Web
January 1, 2006

Libraries and archives have long collected information to serve scholars in understanding history, culture, and society. Today, Web pages have replaced newsletters; blogs have supplanted diaries;…

At Katrina's Edge: One Campus's Story
January 1, 2006

Louisiana State University CIO Brian Voss shares his university's experiences in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. LSU (and IT at LSU) played a key role, providing a central point for reli…

Advantages and Challenges of Network Quarantine
January 1, 2006

This discussion provides an overview of the capabilities of Cornell's Network Quarantine solutions, outlines the objects and requirements that supported the decision to invest in this soluti…

Learning from the Past—Lessons for the Future Internet
January 1, 2006

At barely 15 years old, the public Internet is already considered indispensable by much of the world's population. Growth has inevitably brought problems of every description to the policy a…

The Sony Digital Rights Management Debacle: The Litigation, the Settlement, and Some Thoughts on the Future of DRM
January 1, 2006

The discovery of major security, privacy, and consumer protection issues in digital rights management software loaded onto millions of Sony BMG compact discs outraged consumers and prompted no le…

The Myth of Network Neutrality
January 1, 2006

At a recent Senate hearing, Vint Cerf said that "nothing less than the future of the Internet is at stake" in the government's decisions about network neutrality. Meanwhile, the ma…

From Digital Campus to Connected Community
January 1, 2006

Lev Gonick was named one of this year's premier 100 CIOs by ComputerWorld Magazine and last year's CIOs to watch by InformationWeek. So, what's he up to in the frozen tundra on the…

The ECAR 2005 Study of Students and Information Technology
January 1, 2006

What are the information technology uses and skills of undergraduate students, how does their use of these technologies contribute to their undergraduate experience, and how does IT add to their …

HIPAA Privacy and Security for Academic Institutions
January 1, 2005

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is the first comprehensive federal law protecting the privacy and security of health information. This program will provide both an…

Export Control Laws: Analysis for the IT Manager
January 1, 2005

Through the use of a hypothetical international research collaboration between a U.S. university and various foreign universities and governments, a means for analyzing the applicable export cont…