Fall 2003 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Relationships and Partnerships: Politics, Law, and Technology - Bandwidth Management for the Fearless

Time 10/15/03 01:15PM-02:30PM

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Session Abstract

The combination of peer-to-peer networking, 10/100 Ethernet ports as the standard mode of Internet access on campus, and vigilant RIAA monitoring of compliance with the Digital Millenium Copyright Act has led to a bewildering intermixture of politics, law, and technology at many American universities. Is bandwidth a scarce resource that needs to be rationed? How can technology be used to encourage appropriate Internet behavior and usage? How do universities remain leaders in providing a bandwidth-rich Internet environment for faculty, students, and staff? Speakers from Cornell University, a center for law and computer policy, and Michigan State University, which has the largest residence hall system in the country, will address these important issues. The chairs of the Internet2 Working Groups on Campus Bandwidth Management and Peer-to-Peer Networking will bring the perspectives of these working groups to the session.

Speakers

Speaker Hunt Williams III Merit Network, Inc.

Speaker David Futey Stanford University

Speaker Dave Gift Michigan State University

Speaker Tracy Mitrano Cornell University

Speaker Art St. George University of New Mexico

Speaker Dave Vernon Cornell University

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Implementation and Policy of Rate Based Billing at Cornell (ppt)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Tracy Mitrano Cornell University

Speaker Dave Vernon Cornell University

Secondary tracks Relationships and Partnerships