As part of the American Library Association's CopyTalk webinar series, Meredith Rose, Staff Attorney at Public Knowledge, will discuss our report, Captured: Systemic Bias at the U.S. Copyright Office. Meredith will talk about the position and role of the Copyright Office, the influence of industry groups on Copyright Office policy positions, and what libraries and other groups can do to make sure their needs are reflected in Office policy going forward.
Implications of Dedicated Short-Range Communication (DSRC)
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Public Knowledge needs your support! Car companies are planning to deploy Dedicated Short-Range Communication (DSRC) technology in new cars without the requisite cybersecurity and privacy protections in place. Before car companies place these units into the cars of millions of Americans, the Commission needs to hear from civil rights organizations on how this new technology can be deployed in a manner consistent with Civil Rights Principles in the Era of Big Data.
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Delegates from the Brazilian Ministry of Culture and Mexican civil society will informally debrief on the public hearings being held at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights on April 7th. With respect to the agenda, the first hour will be devoted to a debrief from the respective countries and the second hour will be open for questions and broader discussion.