Code

And Other Laws of Cyberspace, Version 2.0

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Forlag: Basic Books
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 432
ISBN: 9780465039142
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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«Lawrence Lessig is a James Madison of our time, crafting the lineaments of a well-tempered cyberspace. This book is a primer of 'running code' for digital civilization. Like Madison, Lessig is a model of balance, judgement, ingenuity and persuasive argument.»

Stewart Brand














































































































Preface to the Second Editionix
Preface to the First Editionxiii
Chapter 1. Code Is Law1(8)
Chapter 2. Four Puzzles from Cyberspace9(22)
PART I: "REGULABILITY"




Chapter 3. Is-Ism: Is the Way It Is the Way It Must Be?

31(7)




Chapter 4. Architectures of Control

38(23)




Chapter 5. Regulating Code

61(22)
PART II: REGULATION BY CODE




Chapter 6. Cyberspaces

83(37)




Chapter 7. What Things Regulate

120(18)




Chapter 8. The Limits in Open Code

138(19)
PART III: LATENT AMBIGUITIES




Chapter 9. Translation

157(12)




Chapter 10. Intellectual Property

169(31)




Chapter 11. Privacy

200(33)




Chapter 12. Free Speech

233(43)




Chapter 13. Interlude

276(5)
PART IV: COMPETING SOVEREIGNS




Chapter 14. Sovereignty

281(13)




Chapter 15. Competition Among Sovereigns

294(19)
PART V: RESPONSES




Chapter 16. The Problems We Face

313(12)




Chapter 17. Responses

325(10)




Chapter 18. What Declan Doesn't Get

335(5)
Appendix340(7)
Notes347(52)
Index399
Lawrence Lessig is a professor at Stanford Law School and founder of the school's centre for the Internet and Society. After clerking for Judge Richard Posner on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals and for Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court, he served on the faculties of the University of Chicago, Yale Law School, and Harvard Law School before moving to Stanford. He represented the web site developer Eric Eldred before the Supreme Court in Ashcroft v. Eldred, a landmark case challenging the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act. His other books are Free Culture and The Future of Ideas. Lessig also chairs the Creative Commons project and serves on the board of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. In 2002 he was named one of Scientific American's Top 50 Visionaries. He lives in Palo Alto, California.