Free Culture | Fordham Law
2011-2012 Board Members:
James Kaplowitz, Class 2013
Andy Cabasso, Class 2012
Who are We?
Students for Free Culture is a network of students, academics and activists passionate about creating a participatory and innovative society. From Britain to Boston, members of Students for Free Culture promote the public interest in intellectual property and information policy through diverse methods.
What’s a Free Culture?
A free culture is one where all members are free to participate in its transmission and evolution, without artificial limits on who can participate or in what way. The free culture movement seeks to develop this culture by promoting four things:
• creativity and innovation;
• communication and free expression;
• public access to knowledge;
• and citizens' civil liberties.