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It’s Time to Submit Your Nominations for the 14th Annual IP3 Awards!

May 31, 2017 Information Policy , Intellectual Property , Internet Protocol , IP3 , IP3 Awards

Public Knowledge’s IP3 awards are a special occasion to honor those who have made significant contributions in the three areas of “IP”—intellectual property, information policy, and internet protocol. This year will be the fourteenth year Public Knowledge has held the awards, and now it’s time for you to submit nominations.

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Civil Society of the Americas Concerned About the Future of Copyright

April 27, 2017 Copyright , Copyright Reform , Intellectual Property , International , Internet Freedom

Yesterday, April 26, was World Intellectual Property Day. However, in many countries we see extremist proposals to expand copyright and intellectual property, which benefit only a handful of rightholders at the expense of the rest of society. That´s why, together with 13 civil society organizations from the Americas, we published an open letter calling on our governments to protect innovation, preserve fair access to technology and internet freedom, and use copyright to promote social justice.

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Licensing Your 3D Printed Stuff: A 3D Printing Whitepaper

March 10, 2015 3D Printing , Intellectual Property , Licensing , Whitepaper

Today we’re happy to announce our newest 3D printing whitepaper Licensing Your 3D Printed Stuff. Today’s paper follows in the footsteps of 2010’s It Will Be Awesome If They Don’t Screw It Up: 3D Printing, Intellectual Property, and the Next Great Disruptive Technology and 2013’s What’s the Deal with Copyright and 3D Printing?. Like the previous papers, Licensing Your 3D Printed Stuff examines the intersection between 3D printing and intellectual property. However, Licensing Your 3D Printed Stuff takes a more practical, application-based approach to the problems.

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