John Perry Barlow Symposium — Saturday, April 7

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Please join us for a celebration of the life and leadership of the recently departed founder of EFF, John Perry Barlow. His friends and compatriots in the fight for civil liberties, a fair and open internet, and voices for open culture will discuss what his ideas mean to them, and how we can follow his example as we continue our fight.

Speakers Lineup:

Edward Snowden, noted whistleblower and President of Freedom of the Press Foundation
Cindy Cohn, Executive Director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation
Cory Doctorow, celebrated scifi author and Editor in Chief of Boing Boing
Joi Ito, Director of the MIT Media Lab
John Gilmore, EFF Co-founder, Board Member, entrepreneur and technologist
Trevor Timm, Executive Director of Freedom of the Press
Shari Steele, Executive Director of the Tor Foundation and former EFF Executive Director
Mitch Kapor, Co-founder of EFF and Co-chair of the Kapor Center for Social Impact
Pam Samuelson, Richard M. Sherman Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California, Berkeley
Steven Levy, Wired Senior Writer, and author of Hackers, In the Plex, and other books
Amelia Barlow, daughter of John Perry Barlow


We suggest a $20 donation for admission to the Symposium, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Freedom of the Press Foundation.

John Perry Barlow Symposium
Saturday, April 7, 2018
2 PM to 6 PM

Internet Archive
300 Funston Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94118


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10 Responses to John Perry Barlow Symposium — Saturday, April 7

  1. Exam zip says:

    Very Great One! I would also like to be a part of this John Perry Barlow Symposium which going to held on April 7 🙂

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  3. Kriss says:

    Is internet archive space at 300 Funston wheelchair accessible?
    We are planning to come & I looked at the street view & cannot figure out if there is an entrance sans stairs.

    • archive staff says:

      there is a ramp outside leading up to the auditorium. staff will help by opening the door to get you in.

  4. NIGEL J WATSON says:

    Please pardon my off-topic, but could find no clear way to sign up for your newsletter.
    You clearly have your finger on the pulse of Internet freedom. Hope you can add me.
    Thanks and Namaste, NjW

  5. NIGEL J WATSON says:

    Mr. Barlow must have been one helluva guy. Would have been honored to have met him. IA is truly a wonder to behold. I will be with you in spirit on the 7th 😉 NjW

  6. Wolfgang says:

    Is internet archive space at 300 Funston wheelchair accessible?

  7. He is a freethinker and libertarian
    I’m sorry for losing him
    God bless him

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