Free Culture by Lawrence Lessig stripes
 

Table of Contents

PREFACE
xiii
INTRODUCTION
1
“PIRACY”
15
  CHAPTER ONE: Creators
21
  CHAPTER TWO: “Mere Copyists”
31
  CHAPTER THREE: Catalogs
48
  CHAPTER FOUR: “Pirates”
53
 
Film
53
    Recorded Music
55
    Radio
58
    Cable TV
59
  CHAPTER FIVE: “Piracy”
62
    Piracy I
63
    Piracy II
66
“PROPERTY”
81
  CHAPTER SIX: Founders
85
  CHAPTER SEVEN: Recorders
95
  CHAPTER EIGHT: Transformers
100
  CHAPTER NINE: Collectors
108
  CHAPTER TEN: “Property”
116
  Why Hollywood Is Right
124
  Beginnings
130
  Law: Duration
133
  Law: Scope
136
  Law and Architecture: Reach
139
  Architecture and Law: Force
147
  Market: Concentration
161
  Together
168
PUZZLES
175
  CHAPTER ELEVEN: Chimera
177
  CHAPTER TWELVE: Harms
183
    Constraining Creators
184
    Constraining Innovators
188
    Corrupting Citizens
199
BALANCES
209
  CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Eldred
213
  CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Eldred II
248
CONCLUSION
257
AFTERWORD
273
  Us, Now
276
    Rebuilding Freedoms Previously Presumed: Examples
277
    Rebuilding Free Culture: One Idea
282
  Them, Soon
287
    1. More Formalities
287
      Registration and Renewal
289
      Marking
290
    2. Shorter Terms
292
    3. Free Use Vs. Fair Use
294
    4. Liberate the Music—Again
296
    5. Fire Lots of Lawyers
304
NOTES
307
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
331
INDEX
333

 

 


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Free Culture by Lawrence Lessig
How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity
Hardcover | 5.00 x 7.51 in | 348 pages | ISBN 1594200068 | 25 Mar 2004 | The Penguin Press