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New Media Rights to speak on webcast DMCA panel hosted by NAMAC and the Daily Dot

New Media Rights will be speaking on a live webcast panel March 27 about the DMCA and its impact on artists and creators.  You can watch it at the link below  The panel is hosted by The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture  and The Daily Dot and will be held in a Google Hangout live at 12pm Pacific, 3pm Eastern March 27.  Specifically, we'll discuss the DMCA and the various ways its safe harbor and anti-circumvention provisions affect creators directly.

Check out the full details here.

National Conference for Media Reform, April 5-7, 2013

When: Fri Apr 5, 2013 8am to Sun Apr 7, 2013 1:30pm  PDT

Where: Denver, CO
Event Status: confirmed
Event Description: From the NCMR site: "Picture this: a room packed with thousands of people like you who care about changing the media and building a better democracy. Everyone’s on their feet after three days of amazing trainings, strategy sessions, workshops, debates, keynote speeches, evenings out on the town and parties — yes, parties!

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Code Across America in San Diego - Civic Technology Unconference and Code Sprint, February 23, 2013

When: Sat Feb 23, 2013 10am to Sat Feb 23, 2013 5pm  PST

Where: Co-Merge, San Diego, CA
Event Status: confirmed
Event Description: Part Code Sprint (hackathon if you will), part Unconference. http://www.meetup.com/cfabrigade/San-Diego-CA/878642/ Please Join us at Co-merge San Diego to discuss and work on all things civic tech, open government and open data as part of Code across America http://brigade.codeforamerica.org/pages/codeacross and International OpenDataDay http://opendataday.org/ We plan to work on a few projects that are just getting going and are in need of new devs and UX gurus. We will also devote some portion of the day to discussing these general topics BarCamp Style. Come prepared with your skills, ideas, use cases, problems and dreams and lets work together to make our City and Region a better place by being more engaged as citizens. This event is sponsored by: RedHat OpenShift https://openshift.redhat.com/

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NMR to speak at New Media Expo 2013 January 6-8

The New Media Expo (formerly Blogworld / New Media Expo) is being held January 6-8 in Las Vegas.  

Art Neill & Shaun Spalding will be hosting a session.  Here's the description:

Legal Ease- What You Should Know to Stay on the Right Side of the Law

WebTV/Video > Producing

Let’s face it: the world we live in is multifarious. When your work involves posting videos online, you’ve just added a new, ever-changing layer of complexity to your life. What should you know about keeping out of trouble when it comes to copyrights, contracts, and collaborations? Legal professionals will answer your questions.

We're looking forward to taking part at New Media Expo '13!

New Media Rights sponsors Southern California innovation event: Startup Weekend San Diego

New Media Rights, proudly announces their sponsorship of Startup Weekend San Diego, beginning November 16th at California State University San Marcos. The event is a weekend-long, hands-on experience where innovators and aspiring technology entrepreneurs can hear from industry experts whether their startup ideas are viable.  New Media Rights' sponsorship of the event includes an offer of free legal services for the winning team. 

Startup Weekend San Diego is just one of the ways New Media Rights supports the next generation of innovators creating jobs for the San Diego region, and developing technologies to help improve the world.  New Media Rights works directly with technology startups, creators, and internet users every day in San Diego and throughout the U.S., offering free and reduced fee legal services on internet, media, and technology law matters. 

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