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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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PK In The Know Podcast: Government Shutdown, PK IP3, Charging for Public Artwork, DMCA Safe Harbor

October 18, 2013 DMCA , Government 2.0 , IP3 , Safe Harbor

On this week's podcast we recap the government shutdown, the PK IP3 Awards, charging admission for viewing public artwork and DMCA safe harbor cases. Listen to Podcast

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PK In The Know Podcast: Government Shutdown, PK IP3, Charging for Public Artwork, DMCA Safe Harbor

DCMA , IP3

PK In The Know Podcast: Government Shutdown, PK IP3, Charging for Public Artwork, DMCA Safe Harbor

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Public Knowledge Accepting Nominations for IP3 Awards

April 19, 2012 IP3 , Press Release

Public Knowledge today put out the call for public nominations for its ninth annual IP3 awards, which honor achievement in Intellectual Property, Internet Protocol and Information Policy.

The awards will be presented Sept. 12 in Washington. Deadline for entry is May 16. Entries can be mailed to: ip3nominees@publicknowledge.org

This year’s judges will be:

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Public Knowledge Presents Eighth IP3 Awards to Wyden, Noveck, Jaszi

September 8, 2011 IP3 , Press Release

Public Knowledge President Gigi B. Sohn announced that three winners have been chosen for the 2011 IP3 awards.

This year, the awards will be given Sen. Ron Wyden, Beth Noveck and Peter Jaszi.  Awards are given to individuals who over the past year (or over the course of their careers) have advanced the public interest in one of the three areas of “IP” –Intellectual Property, Information Policy and Internet Protocol. The awards will be presented at a ceremony Oct. 13 in Washington, D.C. (that will also feature a roast of Public Knowledge).

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