Columbia Institute for Tele-Information: The Columbia Institute for Tele-Information is based at Columbia University and does research on strategies, management, and polices related to information technology and digital media.
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.
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.
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 Lawyer: This 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.
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.
The Progess 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.