July 2017 Newsletter - Fight back with #TeamInternet, and save the date for our 10 year celebration this October!

 
The Federal Communications Commission, under it's new Trump-appointed chairman, has made a dangerous new proposal to end the hard-fought net neutrality protections that internet consumers, innovators, and creators fought for and won back in 2015.
 
Join us in fighting back with thousands of other organizations and web services this Wednesday July 12 to protect the internet as we know it. Learn more about what you can do by checking out this page and by joining the coalition of thousands of organizations and web services at Battle for the Net. #TeamInternet
In 2015, New Media Rights' comments were heavily cited in the order implementing net neutrality rules at the FCC. We'll be submitting comments July 17 to the FCC arguing that we must keep regulations in place to save the internet as we know it. 
 

A new edition of of our book

The second edition of our book Don't Panic is published! We also have an audiobook available as well! Help us celebrate by picking one up from Amazon or get $4 off at this link when you use the code "RSJ2R92F". If you find it useful please take the time to write us a review!
The book has been adopted in over 10 college and graduate classes to teach legal concepts to creators. If you're a teacher or professor and want an evaluation copy and assistance incorporating the book into your teaching let us know by sending an email to education@newmediarights.org.
 
 
Save the date, we're celebrating our 10 year anniversary in early October!
We're celebrating our 10th anniversary this year. Whether you're a client, former student, or just love the work we do, come celebrate with us in early October! Right now it looks like our celebration will be Saturday, October 7 in San Diego, but keep an eye out for further details soon. If you have suggestions for the event, or want to update us with what you been up to, you can fill out our event survey here.
 
Welcome back to Shaun Spalding
Shaun Spalding has rejoined the New Media Rights team full time this July as our Assistant Director. Welcome back Shaun!
 
What we've been up to lately
Our Executive Director Art Neill recently spoke at national conferences of the American Intellectual Property Law Association and Investigative Reporters & Editors. We also have some recent client stories to share, including a math and science education virtual reality startup, and a couple of films (here and here) we've worked on.
 
All the best,
Art, Shaun, and the entire New Media Rights team
 
 
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