Law.Gov is a national effort to make all primary legal materials in the United States freely available in bulk, so the raw materials of our democracy can be used by for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Carl Malamud will discuss how this effort grew out of the last Government 2.0 Summit to become a national movement involving top government officials, major law schools, the nation’s law librarians, and a host of companies and researchers all dedicated to making the law more readily available.
Carl Malamud is the founder of Public.Resource.Org, a nonprofit that has been instrumental in placing government information on the Internet. Prior to that he was the Chief Technology Officer at the Center for American Progress and was the founder of the Internet Multicasting Service, where he ran the first radio station on the Internet.
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