[LINK] egov at the city level, harm of exposure, a UK digital vision, copyFights
jwhit at janwhitaker.com
Mon Jun 22 09:27:02 EST 2009
from: Fwd: APO Weekly Briefing - 22 June 2009
CITY PORTALS: HOW E-GOVERNMENT EVOLVES INTO E-PARTICIPATION
Peter Cruickshank | Smart Cities
19 June, 2009 | This report provides a context
the development of e-government portals by cities.
INTERACTING WITH GOVERNMENT: AUSTRALIANS' USE AND
SATISFACTION WITH E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES - 2008
Australian Government Information Management Office
15 June, 2009 | Interacting with Government
explores Australiansâ use and satisfaction with
eâgovernment services provided through the internet and telephone.
EGOVERNMENT RESOURCE CENTRE
15 June, 2009 | The eGovernment Resource Centre
is the Victorian Government's repository of
eGovernment initiatives and international research.
VIRTUAL HARM AND ATTACHMENT
Jessica Wolfendale | Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault
15 June, 2009 | Thousands of women participate in
multi-user online worlds such as Second Life. In
these online communities, women can use their
online personas - their avatars - to chat, fight,
make friends and even get married. Yet the
freedom that makes multi-user online worlds
attractive to so many women can also pose risks.
Cameron Boyd | Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault
15 June, 2009 | With online interaction and
gaming now a fact of daily life for a great many
people, violence against women in computer games
and in virtual (online) environments is becoming
a pressing issue for both legal and ethical reasons.
DIGITAL BRITAIN: THE FINAL REPORT
Department of Culture, Media and Sport, UK
19 June, 2009 | This report is the British
Government's strategic vision for ensuring that
the UK is at the leading edge of the global
digital economy. It is an example of industrial
activism in a crucial growth sector.
COPYFIGHTS AND LITERARY RIGHTS
19 June, 2009 |
The biggest recent copyright case is Google's
book digitisation project. Authors and publishers
wanted a slice of the pie that they thought Google was getting for free.
DIGITAL HISTORY: A GUIDE TO GATHERING, PRESERVING
AND PRESENTING THE PAST ON THE WEB
15 June, 2009 | This book provides a plainspoken
and thorough introduction to the web for historians
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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