The Berkeley chapter of Students for Free Culture are bringing attention to open access and copyright issues by hosting a conference in October.
“Students for Free Culture has organized a grassroots conference for, and about free culture, technology, copyright, remixing, and free software. Because most students have a fall break, we’ve booked it for Columbus Day weekend (October 11th and 12th) at Berkeley, University of California. We’re launching the conference’s site today and opening registration.
We’ll have keynotes by Lawrence Lessig, Pam Samuelson, and John Lilly of Mozzilla.
Day 1 will be public panels and presentations in conjunction with the keynotes, and Day 2 will be workshops, team building, and learning about effective activism.” Read more about the conference at: http://conference.freeculture.org/