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Welcome to the IT Policy Wiki.  This page will be used to coordinate events and to post interesting articles for lunchtime discussions and lectures.
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==Upcoming Events:==
 
==Upcoming Events:==
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* [http://www.princeton.edu/~pumipc Princeton/Microsoft Intellectual Property Conference, May 18-20, 2006]
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===IT Policy Lunches===
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* [[IT_Policy/lunchideas | Ideas for lunch topics]]
  
===[http://itpolicy.princeton.edu/spywareworkshop Spyware Workshop]===
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===[http://itpolicy.princeton.edu/lectures Spring 2006 Lecture Series]===
* March 16-17, 2005 at NYU School of Law
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* [[IT_Policy/Tim_Wu_03_30_06 | March 30]] - Tim Wu - "Who Controls the Internet?"
* [[IT_Policy/Spyware_Workshop | Coordinate Rides]]
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* [[IT_Policy/Helen_Nissenbaum_04_06_06 | April 6]] - Helen Nissenbaum - "Contextual Integrity: A Conservative Approach to Privacy"
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* [[IT_Policy/Susan_Crawford_04_13_06 | April 13]] - Susan Crawford - "The Future of the Internet"
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* [[IT_Policy/Cory_Ondrejka_04_20_06 | April 20]] - Cory Ondrejka - "Communities of Creation"

Latest revision as of 10:49, 6 April 2006

Welcome to the IT Policy Wiki. This page will be used to coordinate events and to post interesting articles for lunchtime discussions and lectures.

Upcoming Events:

IT Policy Lunches

Spring 2006 Lecture Series

  • March 30 - Tim Wu - "Who Controls the Internet?"
  • April 6 - Helen Nissenbaum - "Contextual Integrity: A Conservative Approach to Privacy"
  • April 13 - Susan Crawford - "The Future of the Internet"
  • April 20 - Cory Ondrejka - "Communities of Creation"