The second edition of the International CopyCamp conference took place on 1st of October, 2013 in the Muranów cinema in Warsaw.
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This year, the conference was devoted to search of practical solutions for the creative sector, analysis of the copyright law from the anthropological, sociological and economic perspective and communication within the current discussion on copyright, but also to the Polish law in the context of the international legislation.
Please read about the conference on the Prawo Kultury website.
The keynote speaker was Eben Moglen, professor of Law and Legal History at the Columbia University in New York, the founder and chairman of the Software Freedom Law Center and for many years, the legal counsel to The Free Software Foundation, co-creator of the GNU GPL license.
Other recordings and photos from the conference are available at tab Materials.
CopyCamp Conference is part of the Future of the Copyright project conducted by the Modern Poland Foundation, and at the same time the first large-scale meeting in Poland devoted to the issues of copyright in both ideological and practical terms.
The conference is intended to be a platform of exchange of ideas represented by creative groups, social activists, journalists, lawyers, media-makers, academics, students and politicians taking (at times extremely) different positions in ongoing debates on the copyright laws and ways of participating in culture. The aim of the conference is to allow an effective dialogue between all interested parties.
CopyCamp 2013 was co-organized by the Coalition for Open Education.
The partners of the second edition of the event include: the Association of Authors ZAiKS, Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe, Google, Copyright for Creativity and National Audiovisual Institute.
All speakers’ presentations at CopyCamp 2012 are available in the Past Editions tab.