Derek Khanna on Disruptive Innovation in Washington, DC [AUDIO]

April 9th, 2013

SOPA, CISPA, CFAA, DMCA, mobile phone unlocking — how can a complacent Congress address real and systemic problems related to technology and antiquated legislation? In this talk, Derek Khanna — Yale Law Fellow with the Information Society Project and former House Republican Study Committee staffer (where he authored the widely read House Republican Study Committee report “Three Myths about Copyright Law”) — presents a strategy for re-framing the policy questions, winning small battles, and developing a working coalition to achieve positive technology policy reforms in Congress.

Find out more about Derek’s work on Twitter and Facebook.

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