Activists Adi Kamdar and Parker Higgins will be on panels at this year's Free Culture Conference in New York City. Parker will moderate a panel called "Getting Past Gridlock: What does Tangible Copyright Reform Look Like?" and Adi will moderate a panel on "The Future of Open Access Advocacy."
Students for Free Culture, the Institute for Information Law and Policy, and New York Law School present
The Free Culture Conference is an annual gathering of students, activists, thinkers, and innovators who are dedicated to advancing discussions on technology, law, and public policy and advocating for a more free, open, and participatory digital environment. Through panels, keynote speakers, and workshops, FCX 2013 will focus on current issues in intellectual property law, open access to educational resources, maker culture, digital rights, and technology policy.
For more information about the conference, visit the conference website: http://fcx2013.org