Jim Warren


September 26, 2000

UCITA "Rules"

Despite its downside, UCITA is gaining acceptance throughout the U.S. How does this act impact on the governance of software and networking services?

May 31, 1996

Principles and Procuders for Balancing Access and Privacy

Ed. Note: This will be Jim Warren's last Access column for a while. He is taking a breather from his columns to, as he said, "discover if there really is life beyond the computer terminal." We appreciate his contributions to Government Technology for the past three years and hope he'll return soon. We'll leave the light on... Next month we welcome Harry Hammitt, publisher of Access Reports who will continue the Access column.

April 30, 1996

Privacy Bill's Unintended Consequences

Privacy Bill's Unintended Consequences

March 31, 1996

Access

Online Political Debates: Make Substance and Clarity Count

February 29, 1996

Access

Is the Internet Just for the Elite?

January 31, 1996

Ballot Access & Digital Signatures

Ballot Access & Digital Signatures

December 31, 1995

Holding Back the Sunrise

Holding Back the Sunrise

November 30, 1995

Access

Access

October 31, 1995

Pricing Policies for Public Records

Pricing Policies for Public Records

September 30, 1995

Balancing Voters' Privacy and Access Rights

Balancing Voters' Privacy and Access Rights

August 31, 1995

Voter Access to Empower Grassroots Participation

Voter Access to Empower Grassroots Participation

July 31, 1995

Low-Cost Computerized Political Disclosures

Low-Cost Computerized Political Disclosures

June 30, 1995

How to Solve Cybersex Hysteria

How to Solve Cybersex Hysteria

May 31, 1995

Online Text is Not Like Printed Text

Online Text is Not Like Printed Text

April 30, 1995

Bandits on the Information Superhighway

Bandits on the Information Superhighway

February 28, 1995

Telecom Power Grab Under Wraps

Telecom Power Grab Under Wraps

January 31, 1995

Wish-List for NewtNet

Wish-List for NewtNet

December 31, 1994

Help Fix the Digital Telephony Mistake

Help Fix the Digital Telephony Mistake