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Susan H. Nycum

 

A graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University and the Stanford University of Law, Susan H. Nycum is a mediation and arbitration attorney who has focused on IT and intellectual property issues for over thirty years. Susan Nycum provides mediation and arbitration services to domestic and international clients, chiefly the providers and customers of IT produces and services. Nycum has served as chair of the ABA Section of Science and Technology, as president of the Computer Law Association, and as director of the Stanford University Computer Facility.

Nycum has written and spoken on numerous IT topics, and has testified as an expert before US Congressional Commissions on IT-related topics.(1) She has also served as a consultant on computer crime for SRI International, and numerous governments around the world. Her publications include the books Your Computer and the Law (Prentice-Hall 1975), with Robert Bigelow; Computer Crime: Criminal Justice Resource Manual, with Donn Parker, and numerous articles covering the legal issues surrounding computers, databases, privacy, and security.(2)

Interviewed for CBI oral history on week of 3-7 June 2013.

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1 : http://www.californianeutrals.org/susan-nycum

2 : See Donn Parker and Susan Nycum, "Computer crime: congressional testimony from the industry," Communications of the ACM 27 no. 4 (April 1984): 313-315 and http://www.thecca.net/bio.aspx?id=102


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