About

 

Academics in the US and Brazil are developing the International IP in the Public Interest platform as part of a project dedicated to refocusing the debate over access to knowledge goods and the free flow of innovation among creators and consumers.  We blog about issues related to international IP, open access initiatives, and efforts to expand access to knowledge-based goods.  The site also contains pointers to legislation, trade agreements, and other original documents.

To contact us about the site or its content, please email mpalmedo@wcl.american.edu

Contributors include

  • Sean Flynn, Associate Director of American University Washington College of Law, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
  • Mike Palmedo, Assistant Director of American University Washington College of Law, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
  • Joe Karaganis, Program Director, American Assembly, Colombia University
  • Marilia Maciel, Centro de Tecnologia e Sociedade, Fundação Getulio Vargas

Contact Information:

  • Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
    American University, Washington College of Law
    Washington DC, 20016
    202-274-4442
  • American Assembly
    Colombia University
    475 Riverside Drive, Suite 456
    New York, NY 10115
  • Centro de Tecnologia e Sociedade
    Fundação Getulio Vargas
    Praia de Botafogo, 190 – 13° andar
    Rio de Janeiro
    RJ – CEP 22250-900

 

 

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  One Response to “About”

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    I’m expecting that your web-page will be censored by abusing the right to be forgotten in the EU,
    or other censorship mechanisms such as false claims of copyright-infringement or bogus child-safety claims.

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