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Joshua Gay - "Should Innovation Be Free?" (Cambridge, MA)

by Jeanne Rasata Contributions Published on Apr 02, 2015 09:04 AM
Cambridge, MA - MIT Stata Center, Room 32-123, 32 Vassar Street
When Apr 08, 2015

from 05:30 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Cambridge, MA

The FSF's licensing engineer & compliance manager, Joshua Gay, is going to be part of "An Innovation Series Debate: Should Innovation Be Free?":

It’s a debate that has gone on for as long as innovation itself. One side argues that innovation works best — and society is best served — if new ideas are allowed to flourish based solely on their merit, not someone’s ability to pay. The other side argues that paying innovators is only fair, that not paying them stems the flow of new products and services society sorely needs, and that the marketplace is the true measure of a new idea’s value.

Please note that you do not have to run nonfree software to register for this event: you can do so by registering at the venue, and paying in cash, which will also enable you to protect your anonymity.

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