CMSI is thrilled to announce the dates for Story Movements, our convening focused on media, storytelling and social justice. March 1&2, 2019
Every three years, users ask the Copyright Office, in the Library of Congress, for exemptions from the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s strictures on breaking encryption. Without such exemptions,...
(From left: Dr. Andrew Rens, Prof. Rebecca Tushnet, Dr. Aram Sinnreich, Prof. Hillary Brill, Prof. Christine Farley, Prof. Kathy Kleiman, and Dr. Patricia Aufderheide, who moderated the...
At the September 2018 Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest, panelists from around the world gathered to discuss the past and future of balance in copyright. One historic...
The latest code of best practices in fair use from the Center focuses on the future of digital culture.
This is part of an ongoing research agenda geared toward understanding the increasingly central role of data in our public and civic lives.
Research by American University provides case studies and best practices for cities to leverage games like Pokémon GO to achieve local goals
A quick snapshot of the documentaries and discussions at AFI Docs held in Washington DC in June 2018.
Picture Courtesy of Sundance Film Festival
A documentary festival can feel like an exercise in resisting hopelessness. Films on refugees, cruel research experiments, income inequality, murder —...
RT @CultureStrike: Art, comedy, & media drive cultural and societal change! Check out this report from @cmsimpact showcasing the massive im
Close to 100 entries! Submissions close at 5 pm EST today for #Resistance: The Exhibition @AmericanU. Send in your https://t.co/VyL22tNQmd
RT @CatyBC: We are so proud to be working with our friends at @HipHopCaucus on this project, sparked in collaboration with the @CMSImpact C
Deadline Alert! Last weekend to submit your entries for our #photographic exhibition on #Resistance. We are looking https://t.co/e3F128Vbpe
RT @luminategroup: Were proud to support storytellers who are raising awareness of critical social justice issues and encouraging audience
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