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A Comparative Study of Domestic Laws Constraining Private Sector Active Defense Measures in CyberspaceThe U.S. private sector is under attack in cyberspace. An increasingly mainstream national security argument calls for amending U.S. law to permit private sector actors, either by themselves or under government supervision, to take so-called ﾓactive defenseﾔ measuresﾗtechnical measures that fall in the grey zone between passive network defenses and aggressive offense. This essay identifies and surveys the relevant laws of twenty countries with large and technologically innovative private sectors. As the U.S. government considers how best to protect U.S. private industry, this \"map\" informs the options on the table for a holistic review and response to the problem.
Through the Net to freedom: information, the Internet and human rightsFull-text of this article is not available in this e-prints service. This article was originally published following peer-review in the Journal of Information Science, published by and copyright Sage Publications Ltd.
Strategic Electronic Government Procurement : Strategic Planning GuideMany countries have discovered that the
transition to e-government, and all the benefits that this
entails, can require the extensive re-engineering of public
sector management, service design and delivery, legislation
and even community expectations. E-government is a reform
program which exploits the potential of online technology,
but is not delivered merely through the design, acquisition
and application of this technology. Like other parts of an
e-government program, implementing e-GP is a reform
strategy, and like any reform strategy, will be developed,
customized and owned by each jurisdiction if it is to
succeed. An e-GP implementation strategy is sensitive to all
of the elements that distinguish one jurisdiction from
another including management and leadership culture,
regulations, skills and expertise, etcetera. This guide is
intended to provide an awareness of the issues and critical
success factors that will generally be found in any
successful e-GP strategy and is aimed at assisting
jurisdictions and organizations develop their own
implementation strategy for this sensitive and high value
activity of government.