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