Lawrence Lessig

The Future Of Ideas

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    This confusion is leading us to change the environment in ways that will change the prosperity.
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    en years ago,” Guggenheim explains, “if incidental artwork . . . was recognized by a common person,” then you would have to clear its copyright. Today, things are very different. Now “if any piece of artwork is recognizable by anybody . . . then you have to clear the rights of that and pay” to use the work. “[A]lmost every piece of artwork, any piece of furniture, or sculpture, has to be cleared before you can use it.”1
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    Shapiro saw good and bad in both futures. Too much dis-intermediation, he warned, would interfere with collective governance; some balance was needed. But likewise, efforts to rearchitect the Net to reenable control
    Mikka Kakkacompartió una citahace 6 años
    marketplace is not a proxy for every domain of social power.
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    An open code platform keeps a platform honest. And honest, neutral platforms build trust in developers.
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    And so, from sources unnamed, Baran secured a copy of AT&T's plans—the blueprints for the telecommunications system of the United States.
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    For much of the twentieth century, it was essentially illegal even to experiment with the telephone system. It was a crime to attach a device to the telephone system that AT&T didn't build or expressly authorize.
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    THIS BOOK is fundamentally about the Internet and its effect on innovation, both commercial and non-. “Internet” and “society” are familiar enough notions.
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    Plasticity—the ability of a system to evolve easily in a number of ways—is optimal in a world of uncertainty.
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    Among these, I am most grateful to my colleagues at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, including John Gilmore and John Perry Barlow; and the Center for Public Domain, especially Laurie Racine and Bob Young. Jeff Chester of the Center for Media Education and Mark Cooper of the Consumers Union taught me a great deal about media policy and the passion of this struggle. There is a long list of technical experts who have struggled to show me how the network works. Among these I am most grateful to Hal Abelson, Scott Bradner, Ben Edelman, Dewayne Hendricks, Joseph Reagle, David P. Reed, and Jerome Saltzer. Dewayne Hendricks and David P. Reed helped me understand spectrum and, more important, the potential spectrum
    Hou Ssamcompartió una citahace 6 meses
    In 1999, in a book entitled The Control Revolution, journalist and legal scholar Andrew Shapiro described two futures that the Internet might take.1 The first was the familiar story of increased individual freedom, as the network gave us greater control over our lives, and over the institutions, including government, that regulate our lives. The second was a less familiar warning—of the rebirth of technologies of control, as institutions “disintermediated” by the Internet learned how to
    Ludwig Maravillacompartió una citahace 7 meses
    This is the freedom that promised a world of creativity different from the past
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    technologies of control, as institutions
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    The cost for me,” Guggenheim says, “is creativity. . .
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    You're totally free to make a movie in an empty room, with your two friends
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    And if I see this person having a certain lifestyle, having this certain art on the wall, and living a certain way, it is essential to . . . the visio
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    You're totally free to make a movie in an empty room, with your two friends.5
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    Ruin is the destination toward which all men rush, each pursuing his own best interest in a society that believes in the freedom of the commons. Freedom in a commons brings ruin to all.8
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    Innovation makes enemies of all those who prospered under the old regime, and only lukewarm support is forthcoming from those who would prosper under the new. Their support is indifferent partly from fear and partly because they are generally incredulous, never really trusting new things unless they have tested them by experience.6
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    His passion, like his father's before, is documentaries, and his most recent, and perhaps best, film, The First Year, is about public school
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