08 January, 2008

Larry Lessig at TED – March 2007

How creativity is being strangled by the law: Larry Lessig at TED, March 2007.

In light of Sony BMG's announcement to drop DRM (and the subsequent announcement that Napster is going back to mp3s), I thought a little celebration is in order. Here is lawyer, Stanford law professor, and founder and CEO of Creative Commons: Larry Lessig at TED this past spring.

Also, a great debate between Lessig and Jack Valenti:

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