Students for Free Culture in the news

This week the New York Times ran an article about Students for Free Culture, a national student organization that promotes engagement and activism in various areas of digital technology: creativity and innovation, communication and free expression, public access to knowledge and citizens’ civil liberties. Many active Creative Commons affiliates appeared in the article, including students … Read More “Students for Free Culture in the news”

5 Ways to Grow the Commons

Sarah Davies acknowledged her appreciation of our fundraising approach on her blog today, and I would like to take this opportunity to build upon what she said and to also say thank you. In order to sustain Creative Commons, fundraising is vital – but raising awareness and educating the larger community is more so. We … Read More “5 Ways to Grow the Commons”

Screening of Good Copy Bad Copy in NYC (w/ Co-Director + MPAA Q&A Session)

This Tuesday, October 16th, Free Culture @ NYU will be hosting a screening of Good Copy Bad Copy, a fantastic documentary about copyright and culture, at the NYU Courant Institute, followed by a a question and answer session with the film’s award-winning Danish co-director, Henrik Moltke, and Fritz Attaway, the MPAA’s Executive VP and Special … Read More “Screening of Good Copy Bad Copy in NYC (w/ Co-Director + MPAA Q&A Session)”

Support CC by Choosing Good

To all of you CC supporters in Los Angeles — there’s a happening party tonight that you should check out. Good Magazine is throwing a party at the Natural History Museum (details: Good comes back to LA) complete with an open bar and some awesome DJs. The cover is the cost of a subscription ($20), … Read More “Support CC by Choosing Good”