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Eben Moglen sketches the history of copyright law as a form of industrial regulation, and analyses how the changes in technology have thrown the roles created by those laws into crisis.
Yochai Benkler discusses the growth of user autonomy, the possibility to be makers of our culture rather than remain merely passive recipients, as was the norm in the industrial system of information production.
Brewster Kahle of the Internet Archive explains their operations and demonstrates Scribe Machines.
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