If you can’t make it to Old Parliament House in Canberra today, don’t worry because a small but dedicated group of bloggers and tweeters will be posting live during the Copyright Future – Copyright Freedom conference.

You can follow the official Creative Commons Australia twitter account (@ccAustralia) or the official hashtag (#CopyrightFuture09) to keep up with where things are at. A number of users are tweeting, so dip in: follow ccAustralia staffer Elliott Bledsoe (@elliottbledsoe), OAK Law‘s Kylie Pappalardo (@kyles_p) and QUT Law lecturer Peter Black (@PeterBlackQUT). If you’re tweeting find Elliott and let him know.

UPDATING LIST OF TWEETERS

We will be posting an updated list of tweeters here:

– Peter Giles (@dziga)

Elliott and Kylie will also be attempting to blog during the conference. Check out their respective blogs here and here for updates.

5 thoughts on “The Copyright Future conference live

  • 11 June 2009 at 10.12 am
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    Yup – video of all the presentations is going up on the website. We’ll let you know when it’s available.

  • 27 May 2009 at 2.50 pm
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    I sure hope there will be video of the event posted. Its a bit hard to travel all the way to canbera esp when this is nearing the end of session so lots of assignments to do.

  • 27 May 2009 at 2.51 pm
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    I sure hope there will be video of the event posted. Its a bit hard to travel all the way to canbera esp when this is nearing the end of session so lots of assignments to do.

  • 28 May 2009 at 9.52 pm
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    Is there video yet?

  • 27 May 2009 at 2.52 pm
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    i sure hope there will be video

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