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Resources

  1. Authorship and Accessibility in the Digital Age

    This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.  The Internet has opened up the opportunity…

  2. The Cable and Satellite Compulsory Copyright Licenses

    On April 29, 2011, the Silicon Flatirons Program convened a roundtable at the offices of Wilkinson Barker and Knauer in Washington, D.C., to discuss the cable and direct broadcast satellite (DBS) compulsory copyright licenses. Industry experts with diverse views on the subject attended, including representatives from the large and small cable

Events

  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 Changing Dynamics of Video Programming

    To view the video recording of this event, Click Here. For a report summarizing the conference written by Laura Littman and Stephanie Minnock Click…

  4. Crash Course: Navigating the Hiring Process

    Hiring is one of the most important things you’ll ever do. And yet most people get it wrong. Tom Fischaber of Woot Math will help you get it right.…

  5. Evidence-Based Spectrum Policy

    View Event Recording.  Tuesday, October 13, from 10:00 am-1:30 pm; and Thursday, October 15, from 10:00 am-1:00 pm Mountain Daylight Time (MDT);…

  6. Commercial Opportunities at the Technological Frontier: Building a Company Around New Internet Technologies

    The Internet bubble is burst, but there are still exciting commercial opportunities for Internet startup companies. Take, for example, Vonage, which…

  7. The New Frontiers of Privacy Harm

    For a report summarizing the conference written by Laura Littman, Mindy Swaney, and Amber Williams, Click Here. What harms are privacy laws…

  8. October Entrepreneurs Unplugged: With Todd Vernon, CEO and Walter Knapp, COO of Lijit

    Please join us on October 23, 2008 as the Silicon Flatirons Center presents Todd Vernon, CEO and Walter Knapp, COO of Lijit as our featured entrepreneurs in our Entrepreneurs Unplugged series. Mr. Vernon and Mr. Knapp, leading Colorado entrepreneurs, have a wide breadth of experience on the business and technical sides of creating start-ups.

  9. Section 512 Safe Harbor: Challenges and Opportunities in User-Generated Content

    Today’s most popular platforms – including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest – are powered by copyrighted content, user-generated content, and…

  10. September Entrepreneurs Unplugged: With Paul Berberian, Co-Founder of Market Force Information, Inc. and Former CEO and Co-Founder of Raindance Communications

    Please join us on September 17, 2008 as the Silicon Flatirons Center resumes its Entrepreneurs Unplugged series. We are delighted to host Paul Berberian. Mr. Berberian is an experienced chief executive officer and one of Colorado’s leading entrepreneurs.

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