Items tagged "IP3"
Public Knowledge Presents Second IP3 Awards to Hale, Maguire, and ReedSeptember 8, 2005 IP3 , Press Release
For Immediate Release
Public Knowledge President Gigi B. Sohn announced that PK's 2005 IP3 awards will be presented to Victoria Hale, founder of the Institute for One World Health, which uses donated intellectual property to produce low-cost medicines for the developing world; Gregory Maguire, author of "Wicked" and other novels; and David P. Reed, one of the pioneering computer scientists whose work led to the development of the architecture of the Internet.
Awards are given to individuals who over the past year (or over the course of their careers) who have advanced the public interest in one of the three areas of "IP" – Intellectual Property, Information Policy and the Internet Protocol. The awards will be presented Sept. 29 in Washington, D.C.Read More
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.Read More
PK In The Know Podcast: Government Shutdown, PK IP3, Charging for Public Artwork, DMCA Safe HarborOctober 18, 2013 DMCA , Government 2.0 , IP3 , Safe Harbor
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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: email@example.com
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Public Knowledge Presents Eighth IP3 Awards to Wyden, Noveck, JasziSeptember 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).
Too busy last week to follow the ins and outs of technology and telecom policy? Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered. Here are last week’s highlights.
Public Knowledge hosted its seventh annual IP3 Awards. As one reporter put it, “scads of technology and telecommunications professionals gathered on Capitol Hill” for the event. This year, we had four winners: Pamela Samuelson for her work in Information Policy, Susan Crawford for Internet Protocol, Michael Geist for Intellectual Property, and Nina Paley also for Intellectual Property.Read More
In this week’s podcast, we talk about the Library of Congress report on how copyright law is hindering the preservation of sound recordings, automatic filters announced by Canon and Apple, PK’s own IP3 awards, and have an interview with Eric Graham of Cellular South discussing the most important story that nobody knows.
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The 2010 IP3 awards are almost upon us and you can help out by making a nomination. Let us know who you think should be honored for their good work in any or all of the “three IPs”: Intellectual Property, Information Policy, and Internet Protocol. The IP3 awards are our way of paying tribute to the thought leaders who inspired us and our supporters during the past year. Help us out by taking a quick minute to tell us who you think deserves an IP3 award this year.Read More
Submit Your Picks for Tech Policy Leaders: Nominations Open for the 2008 IP3 Awards!April 21, 2008 Internet Protocol , IP3
We're now accepting nominations for our annual IP3 Awards. Each year, Public Knowledge singles out three people who have advanced the public interest in one or more of the "three IPs": Intellectual Property, Internet Protocol, and Information Policy.
As technology advances, the roles of users, content creators, and service providers expand and blur. This year, more than ever, the areas have overlapped in debates around patents, copyright, net neutrality on the Internet and on other networks, the use of spectrum, and many others. As new questions arise at the intersection of law and technology, certain individuals come forward to advance to public interest in each of the three types of "IP".
As always, we need your help in choosing this year's winners. So please send your nominations to IP3nominees@publicknowledge.org, or post your picks in the comments below.Read More
Over the past four years, Public Knowledge has recognized leaders in the fields of Intellectual Property, Information Policy, and Internet Protocol, with the IP3 Award. These are individuals who over the past year (or over the course of their careers) have advanced the public interest regarding one of the three kinds of "IP." While these increasingly overlapping policy arenas pose important challenges for us, they also create important opportunities for creative individuals in each of the three underlying fields to advance the public interest.
We'd like your help in recognizing leaders in the fields of Intellectual Property, Information Policy, and Internet Protocol. As with the past three awards, we're asking you for nominations. Please email your nominations to IP3nominees@publicknowledge.org, or you can leave a comment to this post, below.Read More