Lawrence Lessig - Final Free Culture Talk

Creative Commons founder and Stanford professor Lawrence Lessig is giving his final presentation on Free Culture, Copyright and the future of ideas at Stanford's Memorial Auditorium on January 31st, 2008. After 10 years of enlightening and inspiring audiences around the world with multi-media presentations that inspired the Free Culture movement, Professor Lessig is moving on from the copyright debate and setting his sites on corruption in Washington.

Lessig is giving a final talk at Stanford University on the subject, and it is being recorded for the upcoming feature film "Basement Tapes."

Please come and give Professor Lessig our appreciation and for a last chance to witness this enlightening and provocative presentation.

Guests will also be treated to a sneak preview of some upcoming scenes from Basement Tapes, and re-mixed work from the Open Source Cinema website.

 
Date and Time:
 Thursday, January 31, 2008.  1:00 PM.
Approximate duration of 1 hour(s).
Location:
Memorial Auditorium  [Map]
Audience:
Faculty/Staff
Alumni/Friends
General Public
Students
Members
Category:
Lectures/Readings
Sponsor:
Stanford Law School
Contact:
650-725-2565
eadolfo@stanford.edu
Admission:
Free Admission - Students, faculty, staff and the general public are welcome
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Last Modified:
January 15, 2008