[Air-L] Please recommend an excellent textbook on " ICT Policy "

Meg Ambrose Meg.Ambrose at georgetown.edu
Tue Jan 6 07:17:13 PST 2015

I use James Grimmelmann's Internet Law: Cases and Problems 4.0
<http://internetcasebook.com/>.  My students love the content and the price
(pay-what-you-want). It's intense but gets students into cases,
legislation, committee findings, etc. without bogging them down. I can't
recommend the text enough for graduate students.

On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 3:03 AM, joo-seong Hwang <jameshwang9 at gmail.com>

> I will open a graduate class next semester on "ICT Policy".
> I would like to teach and discuss on such various topics as
> telecommunication regulation policies, convergence policies, IT industry
> promotion policies, personal data protection, intellectual property rights,
> science and technology policies on ICT...etc.
> I know that these topics are too broad to be covered in a single textbook.
> That is why I have done it with a long list of individual papers instead. I
> hope I could find a compatible one this time.
> Best wishes,
> James
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Meg Leta (Ambrose) Jones, J.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Communication, Culture & Technology

Georgetown University

MA1318 at Georgetown.edu

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