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Free Culture - How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity

Lawrence Lessig

Free Culture - How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity,
Lawrence Lessig

Attribution

PREFACE

[Preface]

INTRODUCTION

[Intro]

"PIRACY"

[Intro]

Chapter One: Creators

Chapter Two: "Mere Copyists"

Chapter Three: Catalogs

Chapter Four: "Pirates"

Film
Recorded Music
Radio
Cable TV

Chapter Five: "Piracy"

Piracy I
Piracy II

"PROPERTY"

[Intro]

Chapter Six: Founders

Chapter Seven: Recorders

Chapter Eight: Transformers

Chapter Nine: Collectors

Chapter Ten: "Property"

Why Hollywood Is Right
Beginnings
Law: Duration
Law: Scope
Law and Architecture: Reach
Architecture and Law: Force
Market: Concentration
Together

PUZZLES

Chapter Eleven: Chimera

Chapter Twelve: Harms

Constraining Creators
Constraining Innovators
Corrupting Citizens

BALANCES

[Intro]

Chapter Thirteen: Eldred

Chapter Fourteen: Eldred II

CONCLUSION

[Conclusion]

AFTERWORD

[Intro]

US, NOW

Rebuilding Freedoms Previously Presumed: Examples
Rebuilding Free Culture: One Idea

THEM, SOON

1. More Formalities
Registration and Renewal
Marking
2. Shorter Terms
3. Free Use Vs. Fair Use
4. Liberate the Music - Again
5. Fire Lots of Lawyers

NOTES

Notes

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

[Acknowledgments]

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Other Works and REVIEWS of FreeCulture

JACKET

Endnotes

Endnotes

Index

Index

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Rights: Copyright: Copyright (C) Lawrence Lessig, 2004.
License: Free Culture is Licensed under a Creative Commons License. This License permits non-commercial use of this work, so long as attribution is given. For more information about the license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0/