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Friday, April 28 • 13:30 - 15:30
Sharing Norms that Go Beyond the Licenses and CC’s role, Starting with the 3D Design Community

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What would it look like for Creative Commons to shift its primary focus to the norms of sharing content online, rather than the precise legalities of sharing? To help us envision this strategy in practice, we will apply it in the area of 3D printing. We will look at the existing norms for sharing 3D designs, and then discuss how Creative Commons could help make the culture of sharing even more pronounced and productive in this domain. As part of the discussion, we will brainstorm specific things CC might to do and talk about the potential negative consequences, as we explore this new way of operating.

Moderators
avatar for Jane Park

Jane Park

Director of Platforms and Partnerships, Creative Commons
Jane leads CC's work with platforms, helping to create easy, clear, and enjoyable ways for users to contribute to the commons. She has eight years of organizational experience in open education, communications, fundraising, and community building. As a founding volunteer of the... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

Senior Counsel, Creative Commons

Speakers
avatar for Jeric Bautista

Jeric Bautista

AM & Product Engineer, re:3D, Inc.
Jeric Bautista is a certified Engineer-in-Training, working with re:3D, Inc. to develop accessible, large format 3D printers out of Houston, TX. He is a 2015 graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a dual B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Design, Innovation, and Societ... Read More →
avatar for Tony Buser

Tony Buser

Chief Software Architect, MakerBot
Tony Buser is Chief Software Architect at MakerBot. For the past 6 years he has lead the design and development of the web services that power the MakerBot ecosystem. Having been involved in many desktop 3D printing projects and technologies since 2009, his main focus has been... Read More →
avatar for Meredith Jacob

Meredith Jacob

Public Lead, Creative Commons United States
I work at American University Washington College of Law - at the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property - pijip.org. We're also the home of Creative Commons United States - the US Creative Commons Affiliate. I'm interested in public interest intellectual prope... Read More →
avatar for Ben Malouf

Ben Malouf

Director of Marketing, Aleph Objects, Inc.
Ben Malouf is the Director of Marketing at Aleph Objects, Inc., makers of LulzBot 3D printers, the only 3D printers certified by the Free Software Foundation for respecting user freedom, and that are certified Open Source Hardware. | Ben holds an MFA in Integrated Digital Media... Read More →
avatar for Meghan McCarthy

Meghan McCarthy

Project Lead, NIH 3D Print Exchange, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
I'm a science communicator and project manager dedicated to developing and promoting open source tools and Maker technologies that advance biomedical discovery and healthcare. I'm also interested in improving data standards and policies to better support new and emerging applicat... Read More →
avatar for Frank Polcino

Frank Polcino

Intellectual Property Counsel, MakerBot
avatar for Michael Weinberg

Michael Weinberg

Intellectual Property and General Counsel, Shapeways
I do lots of work around 3D printing and intellectual property and am also the Board Chair for the Open Source Hardware Association.


Friday April 28, 2017 13:30 - 15:30
Harbourfront Room

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