At the last University Council meeting held on Wednesday, January 19, 2000,
the Committee on Communications proposed a policy on privacy in the electronic
environment. Given the level of interest in this policy, University Council
will sponsor an open forum for all members of the University Community to
participate in discussion of the proposed policy. The meeting will be held
tomorrow, Wednesday, February 9, in McClelland Hall, the Quadrangle from
4 p.m. until 6 p.m. and is open to any member of the University Community
who wishes to attend, subject to space limitations. Penn ID is required
for entrance to the Quadrangle.
||Larry Gross, Chair, University Council Steering Committee|
||February 4, 2000|
||University Council February 9, 2000 Meeting|
Given the many questions raised, the proposed policy was revised. To
fully participate in discussion we recommend you review the revised proposed
this issue of Almanac, or between issues at www.upenn.edu/almanac/between/e-privacy2.html.
There also are a number of other documents, including the original draft
policy published in the January 11, 2000 issue of Almanac at www.upenn.edu/almanac/v46/n16/e-privacy.html.
Use Policy for the Electronic Environment and Safeguarding
University Assets also are recommended. Links to these relevant documents
have been established on-line from both the original and revised proposed
University Council Meeting
Wednesday, February 9, 4-6 p.m.
McClelland Hall, The Quadrangle
I. Approval of the minutes of January 19, 2000 meeting: 1 minute.
II. Status Reports by the President, Provost, Chairs of the Steering
Committee, GAPSA, UA, PPSA, and the A-3 Assembly. Time limit for reports
and clarifications: 25 minutes.
III. Open Forum on Revised Proposed Policy on Privacy in the
Electronic Environment (For more information, click
here, or www.upenn.edu/almanac/between/e-privacy2.html).
IV. Adjournment by 6 p.m.
Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 20, February 8, 2000
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