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Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Information Doesn't Want to Be Free: Laws for the Internet Age

Whether you're an artist dealing with distribution via the Web or you have ever streamed TV or music online, this book is for anyone who considers themselves a citizen of the internet!

In Information Doesn't Want to Be Free science fiction writer and co-editor of Boing Boing Cory Doctorow challenges readers to rethink the idea of copyright and who it is meant to serve. Rather than do away with it entirely, he argues we need to rethink the way that it's enforced.
Artists weigh in with forewords by Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer. Equal parts manifesto and field guide, Laws for the Internet Age brings a compelling view to the 'open internet' debate.
Read Laura Miller's interview with Doctorow on Salon here, check out what the Wall Street Journal had to say, or come see for yourself at the Librairie!


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