Research Area: Information and Communication Technology Policy

Powerful information and communication technologies are transforming the economy and social life, creating new public policy challenges locally, nationally and globally. Our faculty's research and teaching in this area global governance of the Internet; cybersecurity policy; privacy; and online social movements and politics. We also examine telecommunications policy, including infrastructure development, radio spectrum and media regulation, as well as intellectual property in the information economy and information management and policy in organizations and government.