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Lawrence Lessig Lecture In Second Life

Lawrence Lessig Lecture In Second Life
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On Wednesday night, Stanford IP professor joined a packed audience at a stage in Second Life where he discussed with SL's founder Philip Linden copyright and democracy issues. Some of...

Guy Brighton
  • 20 january 2006

On Wednesday night, Stanford IP professor joined a packed audience at a stage in Second Life where he discussed with SL’s founder Philip Linden copyright and democracy issues. Some of his talk looked at how real-life copyright was unworkable in the speed that Second Life existed and that if enforced, IP controls could dampen creativity within virtual worlds.

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