The open-source movement gave rise to a new philosophy of equal access to information and file-sharing. That’s when the voices of regulation stepped in.
Lawrence Lessig is a law professor who brings democracy to the internet by challenging existing copyright laws. Lessig has published his „Free Culture“ manifesto on the web with a license that allows users to download, sample and edit his text. It’s a move that flies in the face of copyright laws that haven’t yet caught up to the digital world.
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