Digital Inclusion: Bringing The Rest of America Online With
To The New President," Three key points
about broadband tha President Obama may wish to consider.
"Network Management: A Primer for
Consumers, Advocates and Policy Makers." This three-part
series focuses on the value of network management practices and some of
the policy considerations when addressing technologies through
of Broadband To Rural America." This
paper examines the current robust deployment of broadband services to
rural America, and makes note of the fact that adoption, not deployment,
is the most pressing problem affecting the use of broadband services.
America's Broadband Networks. An
paper that addresses eHealth and
examines the public policy initiatives needed to advance eHealth
services in the United States.
Analysis of Proposed Network Neutrality Legislation. A 2006
assessing the impact of proposed legislation mandating "network
white paper examining of the changing
US population, the impact of IP and broadband services on minorities and
seniors, and the public policy ramifications of these factors.
Neutrality: Phantom Problem, Unintended Consequences. A
legislators, regulators and the media.
Neutrality and Tiered Broadband Services -- a
examining the underpinnings of "network neutrality" and why mandating it
through legislation is a bad idea.
Broadband and IP Services -- a white
executive summary that outline core principles for the
protection of consumer and industry interests in a deregulated broadband
environment, and proposes a framework for broadband industry
Networks -- a white
paper that examines municipal deployment of wireless Wi-Fi
network and recommends steps for cities considering public Wi-Fi
Internet Public Policy in 2005 --
a White Paper that
examines the issues of the second session of the 109th Congress and among
the relevant federal agencies. Also, archive of Internet Public
Policy papers for 2002,
The 21st Century Internet Service Provider -- a
White Paper that examines the evolving role of
the ISP, but business models for the ISP business, and strategies for
survival and growth.
Access, and Security: A Policy Environment
For E-Government -- a
White Paper that will be published as
part of the 600-page US Government E-Business
Report that will be distributed
free of charge to Congress, Senate,
Governors, Government Project directors,
Mayors, City managers, all state and local
government IT Directors and more.
Bush and the
Internet -- an
of how the incoming Bush administration will address technology issues,
based on the technology platform and public comments of the
Policies for Internet Companies. This
by financial expert
George Candella outlines 12 practices for Internet and e-commerce services
that can build customer loyalty, reduce losses and enhance profits.
Commercial E-Mail White Paper. It's one of the toughest issues in
cyberspace, pitting freedom of speech against harassment. Legislative
solutions to date don't go far enough for some, too far for others. Our
Effective Control of
UCE White Paper
covers the debate over the issue.
statement. The Internet Engineering Task Force asked for comments on a
proposal, RFC-2109, to change the default state of cookie acceptance in
browsers. Though some privacy groups hailed the idea, USIIA voiced its
concern that the proposal would wreak havoc online without substantially
resolving the privacy issues. Read the