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Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It
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Tech Law: Make It, Don't Break It

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Companies don't have to choose between meekly complying with bad laws that harm their users and limit their creativity and taking the risk of breaking the law. There is a third way: help pass good …

Companies don't have to choose between meekly complying with bad laws that harm their users and limit their creativity and taking the risk of breaking the law. There is a third way: help pass good laws and block bad ones in the first place.

This deck is just a teaser for our SXSW panel about how companies can make a difference in the tech policy debate. To learn more and support us, please check out http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/.

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  • 1. Technology can make the world a better place
  • 2. but if laws keeps technology from fulfilling its promise
  • 3. neither following the law
  • 4. nor breaking the law
  • 5. may be a great option.
  • 6. Isnt there a better way?
  • 7. Isnt there a better way?
  • 8. Lawmakers hear many voices
  • 9. talking about lawsthat affect technology.
  • 10. Some of these voicesmight have good ideas.
  • 11. Others... maybe not so much.
  • 12. But with so muchhanging in the balance
  • 13. one voice needs to be heard:
  • 14. YOURS.
  • 15. If you want to learn how your company
  • 16. can help ensure that the law
  • 17. protects privacy
  • 18. protects free speech and innovation
  • 19. protects the Internet
  • 20. then we want to help.
  • 21. Well show you how companies can push for lawsthat protect users and innovation.
  • 22. Well look at real-life examples to figure out what works and what doesnt.
  • 23. Well explore why companies both small and largechose to make their voice heard.
  • 24. But we wont do any of thatif this SXSW panel isnt accepted.
  • 25. So if this matters to you,please vote for our panel:
  • 26. TECH LAW: MAKE IT, DONT BREAK IT at http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/“The Day the LOLCats Died” by @LaughPong Used with permission—thanks!

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