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by Lawrence Lessig
Publisher: Basic Books 2006
Number of pages: 424
Professor Lessig describes how managing copyright for the digital age will have an impact upon every individual in the future. As we develop and share digitial content how we protect or even abuse copyright will determine if the Internet and other digital technologies will improve information for the global citizen.
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