The historic elections of 2010 are now in the rearview mirror, and the lame-duck session of the 111th Congress is officially underway. The Republican Party is gearing up to take over the House of Representatives, and a nearly equal balance will exist in the Senate as the 112th Congress begins. Much of the post-election focus of commentators and pundits has targeted the deficit, tax cuts, and healthcare reform. But Net Neutrality, patent reform, copyright penalties, Internet privacy, and other issues that will likely remain unresolved as the lame-duck sessions end will re-emerge on Congress' agenda in 2011. Technology and information are the nuts-and-bolts issues that are equally worthy of congressional attention and are likely to receive ongoing, but perhaps quieter, attention through the session.