Public Knowledge today put out the call for public
nominations for its ninth annual IP3 awards, which honor achievement in
Intellectual Property, Internet Protocol and Information Policy.
The awards will be presented Sept. 12 in Washington. Deadline for entry is May 16. Entries can be mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s judges will be:
- Leah Belsky, VP of Strategic Development and
Assoc. GC, Kaltura, and PK Board member
- Laurent Crenshaw, Legislative Director, Office
of Representative Darrell Issa
- Ben Scott, Policy Advisor for Innovation, Office
of Secretary of State
- Matt Wood, Policy Director, Free Press
- Cynthia Wong, Director, Global Internet Freedom
Project, Center for Democracy & Technology
Winners in 2011 were Sen. Ron
Noveck, a professor at New York Law School and Peter Jaszi, professor at the Washington College of
Law at American University.
Recipients from past years
include Rep. Zoe Lofgren, former Rep. Rick Boucher, Fred von Lohmann, formerly
of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, members of the band OK Go!; professor
Tim Wu; Blake and Jason Krikorian, founders of Sling Media; Gregory Maguire,
author of “Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West.” A
complete list of winners is here.