Universities own the wires for their campus networks, provide equipment, and feel responsible for protecting students as well as their own public image; students value privacy and have a penchant for on-line mischief. A provocative and often humorous inquiry into conflicts faced by academic communities as administrative concerns clash with student efforts to push the bounds of the on-line world.
Arthur Miller, ABC's Good Morning America legal editor and Harvard law professor
Greg Jackson, Director of Academic Computing, MIT
Declan McCullagh, '94-'95 student body president Carnegie Mellon Univ.
Peter Toren, U.S. Dept. of Justice Computer Crime Unit
Harvey Silverglate, civil liberties defense attorney
Rikki Klieman, Court TV anchor
Order Number: CFP607
Item Type: Video; VHS; 90 minutes
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