Lawrence Liang is the legal lead for Creative Commons India, and has helped set up the India chapter. The Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that encourages people to share their creativity and make it available for others to legally build upon and share. By joining the Creative Commons, India has become part of a significant international effort in helping to make knowledge more accessible.

Lawrence Liang is one of the co-founders of Alternative Law Forum. ALF is a non profit collective of lawyers, academics and media practitioners who work on various aspects of law, legality and power.

His key areas of interest are law, technology and the politics of copyright.

He is the author of two books, A Guide to Open Content Licenses, and The Public is Watching: Sex, laws and Videotape. Liang is a guest lecturer at the National Law School, Bangalore and the Asian College of Journalism, Chennai.


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