The following resources were provided by Colin Work.
- JANET Acceptable Use Policy
- We should all have read this, but worth re-reading carefully when formulating an
- The Risks Digest
- Forum On Risks To The Public In Computers And Related Systems - this covers a wide
range of issues. It's quite interesting to trawl the archives and see how issues have
developed over the years.
- Computers & Academic Freedom Archive
- US bias, but a useful perspective on the issue.
- Information Technology and Society
- A course run at Queens - useful notes and plenty of references from
people who actually have time to think about this stuff!
- Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility
- "Addressing the social and ethical impacts of information and
communication technologies through research,consultancy and education."
- Cyber-Rights and Cyber-Liberties UK
- Amongst other things, a good monitor of relevant news and media items
- A Basic Guide to Copyright
- A VERY basic introduction, but may be suitable for circulation amongst staff and students
- Bird & Bird
- A commercial law firm specialising in information technology - site contains some
interesting articles on many aspects of Internet related liability - will develop your paranoia.