SFC alum and EFF activist, Adi Kamdar, has written a guide for what students can do to
The following is a guest post from Nick Shockey of SPARC.
Last Wednesday, the White House Office of Science and
Whether it be improving one’s own health, finding more efficient fuels or better understanding far-flung parts of the world, access
As many of you know, following the Free Culture 2008 Conference, Students for Free Culture began the Open University Campaign – an initiative to increase collaboration, sharing, and openness at the level of higher education. With the academic year about to begin, we want to invite all interested parties to assist the with project; after all, we wouldn’t be very genuine if we didn’t do this in an open manner ourselves!
In this guest post, Jason Schultz, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic at the UC Berkeley School of Law, explains how he views the academic implications of a lack of privacy.
In this guest post, Ed Van Gemert, Deputy Director of the General Library System at UW-Madison, explains why students want to use Google Book Search.
Although it is being modified, in the interest of better informing students about the Google Books Settlement, Students for Free
In this guest post, James Grimmelmann of New York Law School discusses the effects on orphan works. Interested readers should also check out the upcoming D is for Digitize Conference being hosted by NYLS.
In this guest post, Rebecca Jeschke of Electronic Frontier Foundation discusses the implications for student privacy.
In this guest post, Derek Slater of Google explains why the settlement is a boon for students and the democratization of culture.