Institutions

Berkman Center for Internet and Society:

A research program founded to explore cyberspace, share in its studies, and help pioneer its development.

Center for Information Policy at the University of Maryland:

A center at the University of Maryland that provides research and other information on current policies related to the convergence of information and technology.

Cyberspace Law:

A resource from the law school of the University of Pittsburgh covering cyberspace law.

The Filter Newsletter:

The Filter newsletter provides a unique perspective on issues related to cyber law from scholars, researchers, and other experts in the field.

Intellectual Property Information:

A Web site by the Franklin Pierce Law Center dealing with U.S. patent, trademark, and copyright laws.

Media and Computer Law

Michigan State Quello Center:

A center at Michigan State that is responsible for creating original research in the field of information and communication.

The UCLA Online Institute for Cyberspace Law and Policy:

An institute at UCLA dealing with issues involving cyberspace law and polices, site is no longer updated.

University of Texas at Austin Telecommunications and Information Policy Institute:

TIPI provides a place for research and forums on issues related to digital media.