Jonathan Lazar, Julio Abascal, Janet Davis, Vanessa Evers, Jan Gulliksen, Joaquim Jorge, Tom McEwan, Fabio Paternò, Hans Persson, Raquel Prates, Hans von Axelson, Marco Winckler, Volker Wulf
Public policy has always had an impact on the work we do as HCI educators, practitioners, and researchers. Many different bodies, including multinational governments (such as the E.U.), national governments, local governments, and international non-governmental organizations (such as the World Wide Web Consortium and the United Nations) influence public policy in the area of HCI. And though many of the same issues concerning HCI policy challenge governments worldwide, the actual policies tend to be implemented in individual countries, as opposed to groups of nations. There are Portuguese government policies and Italian government policies, yet the solutions, or the expertise…
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