The future of ideas - the fate of the commons in a connected world

@inproceedings{Lessig2002TheFO,
  title={The future of ideas - the fate of the commons in a connected world},
  author={Lawrence Lessig},
  year={2002}
}
  • L. Lessig
  • Published 2002
  • Computer Science, Engineering
From the Publisher: "The Internet revolution has come. Some say it has gone. What was responsible for its birth? Who is responsible for its demise?" "In The Future of Ideas, Lawrence Lessig explains how the Internet revolution has produced a counterrevolution of devastating power and effect. The explosion of innovation we have seen in the environment of the Internet was not conjured from some new, previously unimagined technological magic; instead, it came from an ideal as old as the nation… Expand
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