Thursday, October 13, 2005

Susan Crawford blog on Internet Law

Link :
"The copyright concerns that scholars have been focused on for the last ten and more years are proxies for the central problem facing the internet: private control of our internet experiences. We’re moving from the conceit of owning information (the problem of IP, the problem taken on by Jamie Boyle in his 1996 Shamans, Software, and Spleens) to the conceit of owning the public internet itself – or, in other words, the conceit of owning flows of information. "

Read the whole thing. Interesting questions and ones that are important to answer correctly in the coming techno-utopia.

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