All systems, whether human or technical, evolve and grow. And we often call the time frame for growth and development a lifecycle. The Interacting with Public Policy forum has had a lifecycle of six years. It is now time to allow new topics to grace the pages of Interactions. Since this is the last article in this forum, I'm excited to report on the progress we have made since January 2010. Together, the authors of articles in the forum, members of the SIGCHI International Public Policy Committee, and I have accomplished a lot, bringing attention to topics at the…
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