Computer and Internet Use on Campus: A Legal Guide to Issues of Intellectual Property, Free Speech, and Privacy / Edition 1

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"A comprehensive, well-written, interesting, and informative guide to technology and Internet use on campus. Everyone--from administrators who oversee and manage computer networks, to faculty interested in distance learning, to student affairs officials trying to understand alleged infractions by students, to college attorneys seeking to understand the law--will find this book enormously helpful. Well chosen vignettes and examples, along with a list of recommendations and guidelines, help make this complicated arena of university life and law accessible to administrators, faculty, and attorneys working in it."--Barbara Lee, dean, School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University

"An easy-to-use and cost-effective resource designed to educate faculty and administrators about the legal issues surrounding the use of information resources and the Internet on campus. As the chief information officer of a large public research university, I have encountered many of the situations described in this useful guide. It is full of recommendations and references. Highly recommended."--Jack McCredie, associate vice chancellor, Information Systems & Technology, and chief information officer, University of California, Berkeley

"Anyone looking for a complete overview of the legal and ethical challenges of computer and Internet use on campus will be impressed and amazed by the breadth and depth of this book. It offers an in-depth consideration of legal issues and includes practical, accurate advice for educators and policymakers."--Rodney J. Petersen, director of policy and planning and Project NEThics(sm), University of Maryland

"At a time when distance learning is being embraced by many institutions, Dr. Hawke provides a comprehensive yet concise overview of the legal issues surrounding Internet and computer use and includes valuable suggestions for university administrators who deal with those issues."--Dale L. Cook, Summit Professor for Learning Techn

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"A comprehensive, well-written, interesting, and informative guide to technology and Internet use on campus. Everyone--from administrators who oversee and manage computer networks, to faculty interested in distance learning, to student affairs officials trying to understand alleged infractions by students, to college attorneys seeking to understand the law--will find this book enormously helpful. Well chosen vignettes and examples, along with a list of recommendations and guidelines, help make this complicated arena of university life and law accessible to administrators, faculty, and attorneys working in it." --Barbara Lee, dean, School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University

"An easy-to-use and cost-effective resource designed to educate faculty and administrators about the legal issues surrounding the use of information resources and the Internet on campus. As the chief information officer of a large public research university, I have encountered many of the situations described in this useful guide. It is full of recommAndations and references. Highly recommAnded." --Jack McCredie, Associate Vice Chancellor, Information Systems & Technology, and Chief Information Officer, University of California, Berkeley

"Anyone looking for a complete overview of the legal and ethical challenges of computer and Internet use on campus will be impressed and amazed by the breadth and depth of this book. It offers an in-depth consideration of legal issues and includes practical, accurate advice for educators and policymakers." --Rodney J. Petersen, director of policy and planning and Project NEThics(sm), University of Maryland

"At a time when distance learning is being embraced by many institutions, Dr. Hawke provides a comprehensive yet concise overview of the legal issues surrounding Internet and computer use and includes valuable suggestions for university administrators who deal with those issues." --Dale L. Cook, Summit Professor for Learning Technologies and associate dean, College of Education, Kent State University

"...It provides useful information for anyone using the Internet and should be mandatory reading for college Web site operators, academic information officers, or academic computer system administrators..." --Choice

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Attorney and assistant to the president at Kent State University, Hawke has distilled the current legal knowledge and case precedents for the edification of educators, administrators, and students. She recommends solidifying campus policies into clear, supportive, and responsible rules. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787955168
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/28/2000
  • Series: Higher and Adult Education Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 6.04 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.52 (d)

Meet the Author

CONSTANCE S. HAWKE is the senior special assistant to the president at Kent State University in Ohio. She has been a practicing attorney for more than twenty years and an adjunct professor of education and business law.
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Table of Contents

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN CYBERSPACE.

Introduction.

Statutory Framework.

Implications for Higher Education.

Trademark Infringement.

Internal Ownership Considerations.

RecommAndations.

FREE SPEECH IN CYBERSPACE.

Introduction.

Legal Analysis of First AmAndment Claims.

Limitations on the Exercise of Free Speech.

Statutes Affecting Speech.

Harassment on the Internet.

Implications for Higher Education.

RecommAndations.

PRIVACY ISSUES IN ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION.

Introduction.

Constitutional Privacy.

Relevant Federal Statutes.

Common Law Privacy Torts.

Implications for Higher Education.

RecommAndations.

PROCEDURAL ISSUES.

Introduction.

Jurisdictional Issues in Cyberspace.

Due Process.

RecommAndations.

APPENDIX.

Checklist for Computer Use Policy Development.

Guidelines for Network Computer Administrators.

Glossary of Terms.

List of Cases.

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