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THE FUTURE OF IDEAS: THE FATE OF THE COMMONS IN A CONNECTED WORLD By Lawrence Lessig. Xiang Ding UNC-CH. The Future of Ideas and Lawrence Lessig. Lawrence Lessig---law professor at Stanford University Lessig’s summary of the idea

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THE FUTURE OF IDEAS: THE FATE OF THE COMMONS IN A CONNECTED WORLD

By Lawrence Lessig

Xiang Ding

UNC-CH

the future of ideas and lawrence lessig
The Future of Ideas andLawrenceLessig
  • Lawrence Lessig---law professor at Stanford University
  • Lessig’s summary of the idea
  • The goal of the book: re-establish freedom on and through the Internet
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The Future of Ideas andLawrenceLessig
  • Freedom + Commons=Innovation, Prosperity
  • The value of the Internet exists in the freedom it provides.
  • What created the freedom and made the commons possible?
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The Future of Ideas andLawrenceLessig
  • Our dilemma:
  • We need regulations for freedom.

Early e2e

Internet

An Innovation

Commons

(e.g. WWW)

Web-based

Market

An urge to shift power

and control from the user

to the owner (e.g. DMCA)

Strife innovation

and commons

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