In 2014, Public Knowledge launched its first Internet Rights Policy Fellowship. This video provides an overview of the fellowship through interviews with Public Knowledge President Gene Kimmelman, as well as Edyael Casaperalta, the 2014-2015 Internet Rights Policy Fellow.
We are excited to announce that the world of 3D printing is coming back to Washington, DC this spring. On April 29th we will be holding 3D/DC 2015, our fourth annual bacchanalia of 3D printing and policy. If we do say so ourselves, this is the premiere 3D printing policy event of the year, bringing together the 3D printing world and the world of policy. Learn more and RSVP today!
Congratulations to the winner of our Recast Comcast competition, "Hector Proudfoot." "Hector" is using a pseudonym and has chosen to remain anonymous for fear of professional retaliation if the merger is successful.