I’m finally back from the “Unlearning the Intellectual Property” University course at Cáceres.
I attended as a speaker to the course, but I felt more like a student, because I’ve learnt a lot from the wise (seriously) people I’ve met.
The History of Copyright, the University Intellectual Copyright System, Sharing vs. Competing, Journalism 2.0 and the OMEMO project were only some of the developed topics by philosophers, psychologists, sociologists, mathematicians, physicians, musicians, technicians, lawyers and students of the Universe in general, from different interesting and innovative points of view that favored me to rethink why should we follow and promote (or not) Free Knowledge and the importance of Moral Rights.
Thank you all for being so amazing! I’d love to assist to the course the next year and talk to everybody about current and new projects progress. See you!
Updates: Thanks to Cikgu for his spell checker. 😉 Photos here.
I’m sorry for writing so many Capital Letters.