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[liberationtech] F2C Videos are up!

Louis Suárez-Potts luispo at gmail.com
Wed Mar 6 13:23:17 PST 2013


Hey, thanks!
I'll do my best to further promulgate these. 
BTW, I had not been aware of the Denver conference. It's likely too late for me to go, but will track it, if possible, with the aid of the free Internet. :-)

Cheers
louis


On 13-03-06, at 11:29 , Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu> wrote:

> From: David S. Isenberg <isen at isen.com>
> 
> Thanks to the Internet Society, especially Joly McFie, Paul Brigner,
> Paul Hyland and Paul Franz, the approximately complete video
> archive of F2C: Freedom to Connect for 2013 is now up at
> http://new.livestream.com/internetsociety/f2c for your viewing
> pleasure and/or convenient surveillance.
> 
> If you were not able to come, we hope to see you next year!
> If you were able to come, please stay tuned to the attendee-only
> list for important exclusive information critical to the protection
> of the free, open Internet. [Non-attendees may obtain a copy of
> a completely legal image of the entire proceedings from
> AT&T, Room 641A, 611 Folsom Street, San Francisco CA 94107.]
> 
> If you care about the free, open Internet -- and media democracy
> in general -- you will not want to miss the National Conference
> for Media Reform in Denver, April 4-7. I'm going. Wouldn't miss
> it.
> 
> http://conference.freepress.net/ncmr-2013
> 
> Check out some of the amazing speakers! (F2C should be so lucky.)
> http://conference.freepress.net/presenters
> 
> CU at F2C14 if we can keep the Internet open for one more year!
> David I
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