Corpus ID: 110955000

Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace

@inproceedings{Lessig1999CodeAO,
  title={Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace},
  author={Lawrence Lessig},
  year={1999}
}
From the Publisher: Should cyberspace be regulated? How can it be done? It's a cherished belief of techies and net denizens everywhere that cyberspace is fundamentally impossible to regulate. Harvard Professor Lawrence Lessig warns that, if we're not careful we'll wake up one day to discover that the character of cyberspace has changed from under us. Cyberspace will no longer be a world of relative freedom; instead it will be a world of perfect control where our identities, actions, and… Expand
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