Public Knowledge just announced the winners of their IP3 Awards for 2010. The awards are given to individuals for work in one of three areas: intellectual property, information policy and internet protocol. Winners are deliberated on by an esteemed panel of judges.
I am well familiar with most of the winners, though Nina is the only one I know personally. I am also an admirer of the works of professors Samuelson and Geist about which I’ve written repeatedly on the web site and spoken in the podcast. I am less familiar with Susan Crawford’s work but clearly should start following it given the caliber of work from her fellow honorees.
The awards will be given, along with a special President’s Award, in mid-October here in DC. Details about the winners, judges and how to get tickets are at Public Knowledge’s web site.
IP3 Awards 2010, Public Knowledge