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Jul 26, 2013
Speak out now at OpenMedia.org/DigitalFuture

Thousands speak out to shape our digital future

Awna Besan
Thousands of citizens are speaking out right now to shape the future of our Internet and help prevent radical new Internet censorship proposals in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Activist Toolkit

Creative commons

Software
The history and how to use creative commons
Blog
Sep 2, 2011

Copyright on campus

Nick Falvo
A recent article by George Monbiot in The Guardian takes a critical look at academic publishers, apparently with a focus on the United Kingdom.
Activist Toolkit

Open data

rabblepedia
Open data is the philosophy that certain data should be free from restrictions
Podcast
Nov 18, 2009

How to get yourself barred from the Internet

Redeye
Canadian officials are in negotiating a copyright treaty behind closed doors that could result in familes being barred from going online for a year if someone is suspected of illegal downloads.
Columnists
Sep 30, 2009

The future of books in the digital age

A battle is raging over the future of books in the digital age and the role that libraries will play. One U.S. legal case may grant a practical monopoly on recorded human knowledge to Google.
Columnists
Jul 6, 2009

Creative Commons goes mainstream

The free Creative Commons license system allows media "produsers" to easily copyright their work while encouraging the production of media as a continuous and shared process.
Event

ReMix This: A Copyright Cabaret

May 16, 2013
The Wise Hall
1882 Adanac St.
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 16' 38.622" N, 123° 3' 57.7692" W
British Columbia CA
An evening of artists, storytellers, copyright experts, engaged citizens and multimedia activities that will get you thinking about who owns what you create and share.
Event

Digital labour: Workers, authors, citizens

Oct 16, 2009 to Oct 18, 2009
Faculty of Information and Media Studies, U of Western Ontario
North Campus Building
N6A 5B7 London
Canada
CA
A conference hosted by the Digital Labour Group, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario, October 16-18, 2009, London, Ontario, Canada.
Event

RiP: A remix manifesto

Mar 9, 2009
Vancity Theatre
1181 Seymour St. at Davie
V6B 3M7 Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 16' 36.1092" N, 123° 7' 29.604" W
British Columbia CA
RiP: A remix manifesto is a fascinating look at how copyright law affects freedom of expression.

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