Public Knowledge is a nonprofit technology policy organization. Public Knowledge promotes freedom of expression, an open internet, and access to affordable communications tools and creative works. We challenge barriers to people’s rights to fairly create, access, own, and use innovative technologies by providing resources to policy makers and the public.
Our modes of advocacy include outreach to government officials, filing administrative comments, filing amicus briefs, hosting public education events, building coalitions with like-minded advocates, negotiating compromises with adversaries, and writing white papers and blog posts.
Please see our website at www.publicknowledge.org to learn more about our positions on particular issues and the work that we do.