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  1. “Digital Copyright and Innovation Online: A Little Dose of Optimism,” a public lecture by Fred von Lohmann of the Electronic Frontier Foundation:

    In his talk, Fred von Lohmann of the Electronic Frontier Foundation will provide an overview of emerging copyright rules and argue that Congress, the courts, and the marketplace have struck a balance that is proving surprisingly successful in protecting copyright incentives, stimulating innovation, and encouraging private ordering in the marketplace.

  2. Putting the Law Online, A Law.Gov Workshop

    A public workshop co-hosted by the Wise Law Library at the University of Colorado Law School and Public.Resource.Org. How can federal, state, and local governments increase access to statutes, ordinances, regulations, and cases? Silicon Flatirons is hosting a workshop as part of the Law.Gov series, which is aimed at producing a report to answer questions like these.

  3. The Future of Law School Innovation

    Over the last 5 years, in the fallout of the Great Recession, the legal profession has entered the era of the New Normal. Notably, a series of…

  4. Crash Course: Guerrilla PR for Startups

    Guerrilla PR for Startups: how to’s, how don’ts and lessons from the front lines. This crash course is a great resource for people trying to launch…

  5. The War on “Piracy”: A Fight for Industry Survival or a Failed Approach?

    Please join us for a panel discussion between attorneys from Holme Roberts & Owen and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. HRO is a Denver-based law firm that represents record companies in their attempts to stem online music copyright infringement, including actions targeting individual university students. The EFF is a nonprofit organization that frequently questions the RIAA’s tactics and opposes it in court.

  6. The Unfinished Radio Revolution: New Approaches to Handling Wireless Interference

    Change is in the air: there are likely to be significant new spectrum allocations as a result of the National Broadband Plan, and the march of technology keeps offering new ways to increase the capacity of wireless systems.

  7. Entrepreneurs Unplugged: Heidi Ganahl, Founder, Camp Bow Wow

    Silicon Flatirons and ATLAS present Heidi Ganahl as our featured entrepreneur. Speaker: Heidi Ganahl, Founder, Camp Bow Wow Heidi Ganahl is…

  8. Reforming Internet Privacy Law

    (A Gentle Introduction to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act at 11:00 am) Many have criticized the patchwork of federal and state laws which regulate privacy on the Internet. These critics contend that these laws, which govern what both governments and private parties such as businesses can do to track behavior and communications online, are vague and confusing, failing to keep up with breathtaking Internet advances. On Friday, December 4, 2009, please join the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship in Boulder, Colorado, for a conference on Reforming Internet Privacy Law.

  9. Debate: Indecent TV Programs and The Supreme Court

    To view Preston Padden’s introductory slides, “Federal Regulation Of Broadcast Indecency”, click here. Tim Winter, President of the Parents…

  10. Platform Policy for Networks, Infrastructure, and Applications

    View Event Recording In early 2002, Silicon Flatirons convened one of theΒ first symposia on…

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