ILAW: Lessig v. Matusow of Microsoft

Next up: a debate between Professor Lessig and Jason Matusow of Microsoft, on whether open source and proprietary software can peacably co-exist. [Also see participant Frank Field's excellent notes.] Charles Nesson: I am moderating this debate and I will pose the questions--we'll start off with Larry; he'll have fifteen minutes, and so will Jason.

ILAW: Lessig on Markets and Culture

Professor Larry Lessig is up next here at ILAW, exploring markets and culture, followed by Professor Fisher with possible solutions to the present problem with regard to digital distribution and fairly compensating producers and artists. Larry steps to the front:  Larry: What I want to do today is draw together the story about the law and the story about the market.

ILAW: Technology

ILAW begins today with a session on technology--a panel moderated by Professor Charles Nesson and featuring Glenn Otis Brown of Creative Commons, Alexander Macgillivray of Google; and Berkman Fellow and EFF Staff Attorney Wendy Seltzer.

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