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Students for Free Culture is an international chapter-based student organization that promotes the public interest in intellectual property and information & communications technology policy.
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:
Check out Free Culture X, our 2010 Conference
It’s no secret that academics are an important source of inspiration for Students for Free Culture – after all, our name comes from a book… [Read More]
The SFC election is underway. This Sunday, May 9th at 9 PM EST, we are hosting a public Q/A session in IRC. This is your… [Read More]
Our friends at Public Knowledge write to let us know that they have a new job opening that would be a great opportunity for… [Read More]
Students for Free Culture is voting on its new board of directors. Nominations have been extended through Friday, April 30. Head over to the Nominations… [Read More]
It’s that time of the year again… Nominations for the coming term’s SFC Board of Directors is now open! Please see the following details about who… [Read More]
The FreedomPack, a project of our chapter that provides a disc of free software for Windows and Mac OS X users, has been released to… [Read More]
Free Culture at Virginia Tech will be hosting a LAN party for free games on Sunday. Games being played include Nexuiz, BZFlag, Wormux, and… [Read More]
Florida Free Culture is hosting a Linux Installfest this weekend! Date: Saturday, April 3rd Time: 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM Location Reitz Union Room 284 We will have flash… [Read More]
This Monday, March 22nd, we will be hosting Asheesh Laroia and Parker Phinney as they come and talk about the new start-up OpenHatch.org, an “open… [Read More]
This is just a reminder (or a notice) that this Friday, March 5, we will be screening the new documentary “Copyright Criminals” in room 109… [Read More]