Privacy and accessibility issues will be featured at this year’s Cornell University Institute for Internet Culture, Policy, and Law (ICPL), to be held September 18–20, 2013, at Cornell. The oldest IT, law, and policy conference in the US, ICPL has broadened its reach to address rapidly evolving legal, policy, and social concerns related to Internet culture. The number of participants is limited to 50, allowing for in-depth exploration of topics. Faculty; higher ed administrators; academic librarians; and IT, legal, policy, and student life professionals debate, learn, and share ideas, experiences, and expertise at the three-day institute.
This year’s presenters include Prue Adler, associate executive director, federal relations and information policy at ARL; Kathleen Fitzpatrick, director of scholarly communication at the Modern Language Association; Dan Goldstein, counsel for the National Federation of the Blind; and many other experts. For details and to register, visit the ICPL 2013 website.