Technology Policy Trends, Insight and News:The 463:

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Alliance for Public Technology:

The APT is a public interest group providing information on public technologies to the elderly, minorities, low income groups, and people with disabilities. Tech IP & Cyberlaw:

A Web site featuring blogs discussing topics dealing with technology and intellectual property.


Join the Rebellion: A Web site promoting the environment, anti-war, and freedom of file-sharing.

Center for Creative Voices in Media:

A Web site for preserving original, independent, and diverse voices in America’s media.

Creative Commons:

A Web site dealing with the protection of copyrighted materials and their fair use.

Cursor – Media Criticism Site:

A Web site featuring articles criticizing media and policing dealing with media.

Electronic Frontier Foundation:

A non-profit group made up of various professionals dedicated to protecting our digital rights.

FindLaw Cyberlaw Newsletter:

A Web site containing news articles and other resources related to cyber laws.

Foundation for Information Policy Research:

The Foundation for Information Policy Research examines the intersection of information technology and society.

Free Expression Network:

The Free Expression Network is an alliance of organizations devoted to upholding the rights of freedom of expression.

Google Public Policy Blog:

Google Public Policy Blog provides Google’s views on government’s relation to technology and current digital policy issues.

Media Channel:

MediaChannel is a media issues supersite, featuring criticism, breaking news, and investigative reporting from hundreds of organizations worldwide.

First Amendment video: Our living history:

A celebration of our Constitution with a discussion about the future of the First Amendment.

High Tech Policy:

High Tech Policy, a blog supported by Cisco, relates to issues such as environmental impact of technology, spectrum allocation, universal service, along with providing thoughts on a variety of other current digital policy issues.

Intellectual Property Law Server:

This site contains information dealing with intellectual property such as patents, trademarks, and copyrights.

International Journal of Communications Law and Policy:

The IJCLP is an electronic journal devoted to the study of policies and technology effecting media regulation on a global scale.

International Telecommunication Union:

The homepage of the International Telecommunication Union. Contains news articles on subjects related to the organization, notices of upcoming events within the field, and online resources for the field.

iTunes Podcasts:

iTunes Podcasts, accessed through iTunes Store, provide a wide array of content via free subscription, including digital policy programs such as Radio Berkman, The Electronic Frontier Foundation Line Noise Podcast, and The Technology Liberation Front.

Kill your TV:

An anti-television Web site with various articles, multimedia files. and commentaries about why television is bad.

Law Guru:

A legal resource Web site with such things as ask a lawyer, legal term glossary, and weird and unusual laws.

Media Law Resource Center:

A Web site with information about copyright laws and new media laws.

Media Lawyer:

This World Wide Web site is designed as a central reference point for helpful information to entertainment, multimedia, intellectual property and online professionals along with international links to professional, legal and business services. Democracy in Action:

This site tries to be the voice of the people on such issues as file-sharing and e-voting.

National Coalition Against Censorship:

The NCAC works under the conviction that freedom of thought, inquiry, and expression must be defended, we work to educate our own members and the public at large about the dangers of censorship and how to oppose them.

New Millennium Research Council:

The New Millennium Research Council (NMRC) was created in 1999 to develop workable, real-world solutions to the issues and challenges confronting policy makers.

Public Knowledge:

An organization composed of people from various backgrounds with the goal of furthering information as common property of all.

The Digital Media Association:

A global organization the strives for strong industry for businesses dealing with digital media.

The Format Recognition and Protection Association:

FRAPA will protect television formats by promoting to producers, broadcasters and the law the concept of formats as unique, intellectual properties.

The Freedom Forum:

The Freedom Forum is a nonpartisan foundation dedicated to free press, free speech and free spirit for all people.

The National Music Publisher’s Association:

The Web site of the National Music Publisher’s Association which is a strong supporter of copyrights.

The Progress and Freedom Foundation:

The Progress & Freedom Foundation is a market-oriented think tank that studies the digital revolution and its implications for public policy.

the techlawed project:

Launched by Professor Michael Geist of the University of Ottawa in July 2004, the project seeks to respond to the needs of developing countries for expert legal training in technology law issues such as e-commerce, intellectual property, and privacy law.

U.S. Public Policy Committee of the Association for Computing Machinery:

A branch of the ACM that deals with public policies related to information technology.

United States Telcom Association:

United States Telcom Association: USTA is the premier trade association representing service providers and suppliers for the telecom industry.

Verified Voting: and the Verified Voting Foundation champion reliable and publicly verifiable elections in the United States.

World Intellectual Property Organization:

This organization is a global entity devoted to promoting and protecting works related to intellectual property.

Common Sense Media:

A conservative view of various media sources.