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  • ...tp://www.lessig.org/blog/archives/003368.shtml Lessig blog],'' by Lawrence Lessig, 15Apr06.
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  • [http://lessig.org/ Lawrence Lessig], [http://www.code-is-law.org/ Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace] (New York
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  • ...alternative will determine whether we evolve into a permission culture, as Lessig warns and projects, or into a society marked by social practice of nonmarke
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  • ...ms that the enclosure movement has taken and exposed its many limitations. Lessig and Vaidhyanathan, in particular, have begun to explore the relations betwe
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  • ...ing the public domain. It reached its most eloquent expression in Lawrence Lessig's arguments for the centrality of free exchange of ideas and information to
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  • ...e are a diverse crowd that includes well-known professors such as Lawrence Lessig and Timothy Wu, and [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/home/ Berkman Center] fel
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  • ...pproach has become widely adopted through the influential work of Lawrence Lessig, who characterized it as "code is law."/4 4. Lawrence Lessig, Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace (New York: Basic Books, 1999).
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  • ...s and foci, who shed light on various aspects of this project. I met Larry Lessig for (almost) the first time in 1998. By the end of a two-hour conversation,
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  • ...te a wiki-based project without the sufficient community, such as Lawrence Lessig's [http://codebook.jot.com Code v.2 project], where readers were solicited
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  • # Lawrence Lessig, ''Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace'' (New York: Basic Books, 1999). ...and Other Laws of Cyberspace'' (New York: Basic Books, 1999) and Lawrence Lessig, ''The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World'' (New
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  • ...decade, a number of legal scholars - Niva Elkin Koren, Terry Fisher, Larry Lessig, and Jack Balkin - have begun to examine how the Internet democratizes cult ...pproach has become widely adopted through the influential work of Lawrence Lessig, who characterized it as "code is law."[4]
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  • ...decade, a number of legal scholars - Niva Elkin Koren, Terry Fisher, Larry Lessig, and Jack Balkin - have begun to examine how the Internet democratizes cult ...pproach has become widely adopted through the influential work of Lawrence Lessig, who characterized it as "code is law."[4]
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  • ...t decade, a number of legal scholars-Niva Elkin Koren, Terry Fisher, Larry Lessig, and Jack Balkin-have begun to examine how the Internet democratizes cultur ...pproach has become widely adopted through the influential work of Lawrence Lessig, who characterized it as "code is law."/4
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  • ...decade, a number of legal scholars - Niva Elkin Koren, Terry Fisher, Larry Lessig, and Jack Balkin - have begun to examine how the Internet democratizes cult ...pproach has become widely adopted through the influential work of Lawrence Lessig, who characterized it as "code is law."[4]
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  • ...decade, a number of legal scholars - Niva Elkin Koren, Terry Fisher, Larry Lessig, and Jack Balkin - have begun to examine how the Internet democratizes cult
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  • ...sada, alguns estudiosos de Direito – Niva Elkin Koren, Terry Fisher, Larry Lessig e Jack Balkin – começaram a examinar como a Internet democratiza a cultu ...e enfoque se tornou amplamente adotado pelo trabalho influente de Lawrence Lessig que o caracterizou como “código é lei”/4.
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  • Lessig has explored the generative capacity of the freedom to create culture, its As Lessig, Jessica Litman, and Siva Vaidhyanathan have each portrayed elegantly and i
    72 KB (11,436 words) - 12:22, 18 January 2007
  • ...de and Other Laws of Cyberspace (New York: Basic Books, 1999) and Lawrence Lessig, The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World (New Yor
    86 KB (13,515 words) - 11:50, 18 January 2007
  • Lessig called this the principle of bovinity: a small number of rules, consistentl As Lessig showed, this was because the telephone carriers were regulated as common ca
    210 KB (32,886 words) - 10:48, 10 July 2007
  • ...alternative will determine whether we evolve into a permission culture, as Lessig warns and projects, or into a society marked by social practice of nonmarke
    62 KB (9,562 words) - 22:08, 17 January 2007

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