Notice: This file is archived for historical purposes only and is not being updated. Please see the index for updates.
- CapWeb: Political issues, campaigns, publications, and a guide to the United States Congress (CapWeb) (http://www.capweb.net)
- Democracy.Net: dedicated to exploring ways of enhancing citizen participation in the democratic process via the Internet (http://www.democracy.net)
- Computer Tech Legal Net: Computer Technology Legal information resources (http://www.com/mmm/mmmhome.html)
- Cryto: Encryption policy resource page; information and activisim to lobby for encryption policies (http://www.crypto.com)
- Discovery Institute: a public policy think tank; has forum in Internet law and policy (http://www.discovery.org)
- Govt Policy: (http://www.nla.gov.au/lis/govnii.html)
- ILPF: Internet Law and Policy Forum, addressing legal and policy issues of the Internet (http://www.ilpf.org)
- ICTSP: The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science Institute for Computer and Telecommunications Systems Policy (http://www.seas.gwu.edu/seas/instctsp/)
- Information Policy: Information Policy for Electronic Information Resources, by Mary Lou Goodyear: mail firstname.lastname@example.org Body: "GET GOODYEAR PRV4N6"
- INTA: International Trademark Association (http://www.inta.org/inta/)
- International Trade: network resources for legal research and education (http://ananse.irv.uit.no/trade_law/misc/objective.html)
- The Information Economy: a collection of documents that have to do with the economics of the Internet, information goods, intellectual property, and related issues, by Hal Varian (http://www.sims.berkeley.edu/resources/infoecon/)
- Internet Policy: What Should We Plan Given the Dilemma of the Network?, by G. Cook (ftp://nic.merit.edu/documents/rfc/rfc1527.txt)
- IP Policy OnRamp: a service by the General Services Administration (GSA), Office of Information Technology (IT) Policy and Leadership, USA; information about information technology policy (http://www.itpolicy.gsa.gov)
- MIT-RPCP: MIT's Research Program on Communications Policy (http://farnsworth.mit.edu)
- Patent Law: frequently asked questions and answers on patent law (http://www.patents.com)
- PICS: a cross-industry working group whose goal is to facilitate the development of technologies to give users of interactive media, such as the Internet, control over the kinds of material to which they and their children have access (http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/PICS/)
- PPP: Political Participation Project, a research project at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab designed to explore how interactive media can be used to facilitate political participation; web includes collection of political sources, a bibliography, directory of grassroots organizations, and publications (http://www.ai.mit.edu/people/msb/ppp/home.html)
- Telecom policy: (http://www.ba.com/sites.html)
- Voters Telecom Watch: monitoring important bills and alerting the public at crucial times in the life of a bill (http://www.vtw.org)
- Warren Gopher: a collection of electronic newsletters distributed by Jim Warren on the subjects of political action and government access through the use of computer communications (gopher://gopher.path.net:8102/1)
- WIPO: World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), includes Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights, a subgroup of the Information Infrastructure Task Force (http://www.wipo.int)
These pointers relate to public policy issues or government-citizen interaction, or legal issues.