|Steven L. Worona
Director of Policy and Networking Programs
In recent years, the federal government — including Congress, executive-branch agencies, and the courts — have taken an increased interest in technology. From CALEA to file-sharing to broadband deployment to social networking, higher education’s use of computers and the Internet regularly bumps into activity where the government is expressing concern and, frequently, authority. In this session, representatives from EDUCAUSE review the current status of several of these issues, based on key issues of the moment.